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The Future of Construction in Malaysia to 2015

Synopsis

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

Summary

This report is the result of Company’s extensive market and company research covering the
Malaysian 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 construction industry for 2006-10 and forecast figures for 2010-15
• Supporting text on individual markets and values for categories for 2006-10 and forecasts till
2015
• Profiles of top construction companies in Malaysia
• Important industry news

Reasons To Buy

• Gain insight on the Malaysian construction industry with current, historic and forecast figures
• Gain insights into current, historic and forecast industry figures at individual market and
category level
• Identify top construction industry players in Malaysia along with profiles of all those
companies
•News summary

Key Highlight

The Malaysian construction industry registered a growth of 14.2% in 2010, largely as a result of
stimulus packages introduced by the government to revive economic growth. The Malaysian
government allocated these incentives between various industries in 2009 to avoid a sharp rise in
unemployment and a consequent fall in consumer confidence in the uncertain economic
environment. The funds allocated for infrastructure were largely routed towards strengthening
Malaysia’s rural infrastructure and developing the nationwide communications infrastructure.
The government plans to make Malaysia a knowledge-rich economy and has invested in
enhancing broadband connectivity across the country. The government has also launched
initiatives such as Private Finance Initiatives (PFI) through which it will financially encourage
private sector operators to take up public-sector projects. These steps were taken to bring higher
levels of efficiency, professionalism and expertise into government projects.


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Description: This report is the result of Company’s extensive market and company research covering the Malaysian construction Industry