Thailand Construction and Real Estate Sector Report 2016/2017An EMIS Insights Industry Report
EMIS is an ISI Emerging Markets Group Company Date: December 2016
Available in: English
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 military coup the year after, as of end-2016, Thailand’s military government has majority support and royal backing. This has set the country’s construction and real estate sector for an upward trajectory. However, the sector is not without challenges, as Thailand faces competition from its regional neighbours, a global economic slowdown, and political uncertainty following the death of its revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej on October 13, 2016. Other setbacks include fragmentation and the importance of government connections in securing contracts.
This report provides a complete and detailed analysis of the construction and real estate sector for Thailand. EMIS Insights presents in-depth business intelligence in a standard format across countries and regions, providing a balanced mix between analysis and data.
What this report allows you to do:
- Understand the key elements at play in the construction and real estate sector in Thailand
- Access forecasts for growth in the sector
- View key production and market value data for the sector in Thailand
- Crystallise the forces both driving and restraining this sector in Thailand
- Ascertain [country name]’s position in the global sector
- Get a complete perspective on completed and planned construction works, as well as investment and employment
- Understand the competitive landscape and who the major players are
- View M&A activity and major deals
- Gain an understanding of the regulatory environment for the sector in Thailand
- Build a clear picture of production and completed constructions for sub-sectors (e.g. residential, non-residential and civil engineering) and the property market dynamics (e.g. vacancy rates, new leases and new projects).
See below for a complete table of report contents: