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 The Future of Construction in Turkey to 2015: Infrastructure and Residential
Investments to be Key Growth Drivers
 The Future of Construction in India to 2015: Infrastructure investment to be a key
growth driver
 The Future of Construction in Hungary to 2015: An Investment of US$33.6 billion
Under the Széchenyi Plan to Act as a Growth Driver
 The Future of Construction in Venezuela to 2015: Due to Inflationary Effects
Market Growth to Slow Down
 The Future of Construction in Vietnam to 2015: Rapid Industrialization and
Energy Shortage to Stimulate Investments
 The Future of Construction in Australia to 2015: Government’s AUD45.8 Billion
Stimulus Package to Increase Social Construction Projects
 The Future of Construction in Colombia to 2015: Political Stability, Reforms and
Tourism to Increase Construction Activity
 The Future of Construction in United Arab Emirates (UAE) to 2015: Infrastructure
Development in Abu Dhabi to Remain Robust
 The Future of Construction in South Korea to 2015: Investments Pertaining to
Manufacturing, Retail and the 2018 Winter Olympics to Drive Construction
Activity
 The Future of Construction in Indonesia to 2015: Stable Economic System,
Controlled Inflation and Strong Banking Sector to Boost Investments in the
Construction Industry
 The Future of Construction in Malaysia to 2015: Commercial Construction
Activity to Remain Strong
 The Future of Construction in Czech Republic to 2015: Recovery is expected from
2011 Onwards
 The Future of Construction in Thailand to 2015: Optimistic Outlook Based on
Expectation of Increased Private Investment and Government Funding Initiatives
 The Future of Construction in Kuwait to 2015: Economic Diversification to
Improve Growth
 The Future of Construction in Spain to 2015: Austerity Measures and Budget
Deficit to Deter Growth
 The Future of Construction in Algeria to 2015: US$286 Billion Development
Program to Boost Industry
 The Future of Construction in the Philippines to 2015: Infrastructure Development
under Public-Private Partnership to Boost Industry Growth
 The Future of Construction in the Netherlands to 2015: Revival in Exports and
Consumer Confidence to Stimulate Construction Activity
 The Future of Construction in Bulgaria to 2015: EU Funds and FDI to Fuel
Growth
 The Future of Construction in Croatia to 2015: EU Integration and Infrastructure
Investment to Stimulate Construction Activity
 The Future of Construction in Belarus to 2015: Economic Liberalization and
Rising FDI to Drive Construction
 The Future of Construction in Chile to 2015: Infrastructure Development to Play a
Key Role in Market Growth
 The Future of Construction in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) to 2015:
‘Economy Diversification Efforts and Rising Population to Continue Supporting
Growth’
 The Future of Construction in BRIC to 2015: Economic Development,
Urbanization and FDI Inflow to Spur Construction
 The Future of Construction in France to 2015: Infrastructure Investments and
UEFA Euro 2016 to Drive Construction
 The Future of Construction in Egypt to 2015: Continuing Political Unrest to Deter
Future Construction Activity
 The Future of Construction in Canada to 2015: Economic Action Plan Continues
to Drive Construction Industry Growth
 The Future of Construction in Poland to 2015: UEFA Euro 2012 and EU Structural
Funds Driving Growth
 The Future of Construction in Switzerland to 2015: Recovery in Export and
Consumer Spending to Support Construction
 The Future of Construction in Saudi Arabia to 2015: Diversification of the
Economy to Create Opportunities
 The Future of Construction in Japan to 2015: Reconstruction Efforts to Ignite
Growth
 The Future of Construction in Mexico to 2015: National Infrastructure Plan Bails
out Construction
 The Future of Construction in Qatar to 2015: QAR133.5 billion Investment in
Huge Railway Projects to Fuel the Construction Industry Growth
 The Future of Construction in Germany to 2015: Economic Recovery and Pent Up
Demand to Drive Growth
 The Future of Construction in Bahrain to 2015: Political Stability to Decide the
Course of Industry
 The Future of Construction in Oman to 2015: Government Spending on
Infrastructure Development Under the Eighth Five-Year Plan to Fuel Construction
Synopsis

• Top level overview of the construction industry in Various Countries
• Current, historic and forecast market value and trends of individual markets and categories
supported by detailed descriptions of individual markets in the industry.
• Details of top construction companies in Various Countries
• News and analysis

Summary

This report is the result of Company’s extensive market and company research covering the
Various Countriesn construction industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and
forecast construction industry values at market and category level, analysis of the leading
companies in the industry, and a review of major news.

Scope

• Historical value of the construction industry for 2006-10 and forecast figures for 2011-15
• Supporting text on individual markets and values for categories for 2006-10 and forecasts till
2015
• Profiles of top construction companies in Various Countries
• Important industry news

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