The construction and real estate reports of EMIS Insights are split into buildings and heavy construction, and the use thereof. The building sector includes residential, non-residential and industrial, while heavy construction comprises transport and utility infrastructure. The sale and use post-construction go into the real estate section, which analyses the sale and lease of properties plus indicators such as vacancy rates, rents and availability of space. The dynamics of the mortgage lending and government policies on housing and infrastructure projects are also included.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Despite suffering the lowest investment growth for the last eight years, in 2016, the real estate sector in China still offers opportunities for investment. With the policy instruments introduced in the first three months of 2016, the sector has ...READ MORE
In 2015, the GVA of real estate activities came to PLN 84.106bn, up 5.1% y/y. The sector represented 4.7% of GDP in that year. Real estate and the closely related construction sector together generated over 12% of GDP. Just over 200,000 people were ...READ MORE
The construction sector plays a key role in Thailand’s growing economic development, providing 2.8% of the country’s GDP and employing around 2.28 million people in 2015. In spite of the political instability of 2013 that led up to the ...READ MORE
The construction sector, one of the key drivers of economic growth in the past decade, is undergoing a profound restructuring triggered by structural transformation of the Brazilian economy after the end of the commodities boom, low government ...READ MORE
Construction is the sixth-largest economic sector in India, accounting for 7.8% of the country’s GDP in FY2016, the second-biggest employer (after agriculture), with about 35mn people engaged, and the second-largest recipient of FDI after the ...READ MORE
The value of Poland’s total construction output, including private works and work carried out by unregistered individuals, came to PLN 178bn in 2015, up 2.2% y/y. The official output data for companies employing more than nine persons stood at ...READ MORE
Despite suffering the lowest investment growth for seven years in 2015, the real estate sector in China still offers opportunities for investment. With the policy instruments introduced in the first three months of 2016, the sector is bottoming out, ...READ MORE
The Turkish construction market is highly fragmented, despite the presence of a high number of big contracting and construction companies with vast international experience. Most of the construction companies are family-owned businesses, which have ...READ MORE
Construction is one of the most important sectors in the Czech Republic’s economy, generating about 5.6%of the economy’s total gross value added (GVA) 2015.Real estate activities generated about 8.1% of total GVA in 2015. The construction ...READ MORE
Construction has always been a favoured tool of the Chinese authorities for stimulating the economy and its development closely reflects that of GDP. After the global financial crisis of 2008, a government stimulus package of RMB 4tn was used for ...READ MORE