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.
Construction is the sixth-largest economic sector in India, accounting for 7.7% of the country’s GDP in FY2016. With a workforce of about 35mn people, it is also the second-biggest employer, preceded only by agriculture. Construction was the ...READ MORE
As a result of the policies introduced in 2016, China’s real estate sector has bottomed out, reviving its growth and continuing to offer opportunities to the investors – mainly, as before, in the first-tier cities of Shanghai, Shenzhen, ...READ MORE
Construction is among the largest economic sectors of Peru in terms of share of total GDP, ranking fourth behind only oil and gas, industry and trade. In 2016, construction accounted for 6.3% of domestic GDP, 1.5% of total FDI stock and 5.3% of ...READ MORE
With a population of some 31.9mn, Malaysia is one of the more developed countries in the ASEAN region. In 2016 the construction and real estate sector collectively employed 1.3mn people, accounting for 9.4% of total employment. That same year, ...READ MORE
Construction is the fourth-largest economic sector in Colombia, accounting for 9.4% of the country’s GDP, 5% of total FDI inflow and 6.2% of formal employment in 2016. Over the period 2011-2014, the construction sector emerged as one of the ...READ MORE
Russia’s construction sector generated a gross value added (GVA) of RUB 4.7tn in 2015, accounting for 6.4% of the economy’s total GVA. The real estate, renting and business activity generated a GVA of RUB 12.5tn in 2015, accounting for 17 ...READ MORE
Thanks to policies introduced in 2016, the sector has bottomed out, reviving its growth, and continuing to offer opportunities to investors – mainly, as before, in the first-tier cities of Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Beijing. After the ...READ MORE
The construction market in Romania has been witnessing a rebound since 2013 after a double-digit decline in 2008-2010 because of the global economic crisis. The market growth is led by a recovery in the real estate market and increased investments in ...READ MORE
Indonesia’s construction and real estate markets are among the biggest in Asia and enjoy high growth potential for the foreseeable future. Growth drivers include the country’s vast and urbanising population in need of housing, as well as ...READ MORE
The gross value added (GVA) of South Korea’s construction sector accounted for 1.4% of the world construction GVA in 2015, and for 3.2% of that of the Asia-Pacific region’s construction industry. In 2015, the sector generated 5.1% of ...READ MORE