Construction sector Ukraine 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2014 is the complete source of new data, concise analysis and solid projections based on facts, trends and statistics for professionals with interests in this market. Ukraine’s construction industry has experienced massive changes due to the economic crisis and subsequent upturn, and this report chronicles the changes in key indicators, provides a real time snapshot of current conditions, and projects future opportunity as the market continues to expand.
Information in this new document from PMR Publications is provided on an industry wide basis and is also organized into coverage of the residential, non-residential and infrastructure segments. Topics include market size, value, share, changes in salaries, prices, macroeconomic conditions, investment by foreign and Ukrainian companies, financing provided through government channels, and upcoming legal changes and their effects on the construction industry in the years to come. The latest statistical data is used to provide extensive analysis of the conditions in each market segment.
The report also offers comprehensive treatment of the status of the competitive landscape via detailed profiles of the top players in Ukrainian construction. It provides company financial information, insight into strategies and upcoming projects in the planning stages. Forecasts delve into segment activity by providing data on the area totals for new apartments set to be built by 2014, planned road and other infrastructure projects, and overall construction activity by region, with increases expected as a result of the Euro 2012 Football Championship event.
Detailed coverage of changes in key industry indicators demonstrates growth that is occurring in Ukrainian construction, in each of the key segments as well as in the non-residential sub-segments. Projections beyond the data of 2011 for all segments going forward to 2014 provide essential planning tools for businesses active in or contemplating entry into this rebounding market.