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This report is the result of WMI’s extensive market, company and deals research covering the Australian construction industry.
Aarkstore Enterprise - The Future of Construction in Australia to 2014 Summary This report is the result of WMI’s extensive market, company and deals research covering the Australian 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 an annual review of major events in the industry from the previous 12 months. With a combination of textual commentary, analysis, data tables and charts, the report covers the following markets: Commercial Construction Industrial Construction Infrastructure Construction Institutional Construction Residential Construction Data for the historic years (2005-2008), full year 2009, forecasts from 2009 through 2014 along with growth rates is provided. The performance of each construction market is analysed. Latest news on construction industry and markets is also provided. Also included the top construction industry company profiles. Scope analysis of individual construction markets and categories including full year 2009 market value and forecasts till 2014 supporting text on current year performance and forecast assumptions for each construction market and category latest industry, market and category news Profiles of top construction companies in the country Reasons To Buy Why buy this Report? • Gain insight into Australian construction industry with current, historic and forecast market values • Get insight on key markets of the Australian construction industry along with the breakup of categories with which markets are made up of • Identify top companies of the Australian construction industry along with profiles of all those companies • Gain knowledge on major annual events in the industry from the previous 12 months. Key Highlights Highlights The financial crisis led to many independent lenders withdrawing from the capital market as a result of the difficulty and expense of raising funds. The Australian construction industry faced difficulties due to higher costs in obtaining debt financing. Consequently, the industry shrank by 3.9% in 2009 as compared to 2008. However, the announcement of major stimulus spending measures in the 2009-10 budget had a positive impact on many areas in the Australian economy. Notably, the schools building package has provided a welcome boost to the institutional construction market during a time when obtaining finance was proving difficult. The Australian government is set to spend US$16.0 billion on building the education sector over the next three years. For more information, please contact : http://www.aarkstore.com/reports/The-Future-of-Construction-in-Australia-to-2014- 80073.html Related Reports http://www.aarkstore.com/search/viewresults.asp?search=The%20Future%20of%20Const ruction&PubId=&pagenum=1 http://www.aarkstore.com/search/viewresults.asp?search=The%20Future%20of%20Const ruction&PubId=&pagenum=2 Contact : Minu Mobil No: +919272852585 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Websie : http://www.aarkstore.com Emai : email@example.com
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