Business Opportunities in the Water and Sewage Infrastructure Construction in BRIC

Business Opportunities in the Water and Sewage Infrastructure Construction in BRIC

Executive Summary

Brazilian water infrastructure construction market recorded significant growth over the review period (2007–2011) during which construction grew at a CAGR of 16.15%. Government spending and reforms were the key drivers behind the growth of Brazil’s water and sewage infrastructure construction market.  The Russian sewage infrastructure construction market recorded significant growth during the review period and posted a CAGR of 30.98% during the review period. Over the forecast period, it is projected to grow at a CAGR of 15.34%. An increase in public-private partnership (PPPs), highway construction and enhanced levels of government spending were the key drivers of sewage infrastructure construction activity during the review period.  The Indian water infrastructure construction market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 13.22% over the forecast period.  The Chinese water infrastructure construction market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 16.07% over the forecast period. This growth is expected to be mainly driven by China’s 12th five-year-plan, in which RMB430 billion has been allocated for the construction of new pipelines and treatment plants. The government has also set guidelines to achieve an urban treatment scale of 45.69 million cubic meters per day by 2015.

 Key highlights of this title

  • China accounts for the majority of the BRIC countries’ water infrastructure construction market, measuring a 64.5% share in 2011. It was followed by India with a 15.2% share, Brazil, with a share comprising 10.5% and Russia, which accounted for 9.8%.
  • China accounts for a 53.2% share of the BRIC sewage infrastructure construction market. It was followed by Russia, with a share of 18.6%, India, which accounted for 15.2% and Brazil, which comprised 13.0%.
  • Brazil’s positive economic outlook is expected to drive growth within the water and sewage infrastructure construction market.
  • In Russia, the growth is expected to be primarily driven by an increase in public-private partnership (PPPs), highway construction and enhanced levels of government spending.
  • A push towards investment, as announced in the Indian government’s 12th five-year-plan, is expected to support growth in terms of water infrastructure construction activity in India. A total of INR2,715 billion has been allocated for the construction of new, and the development of exiting, water infrastructure

Scope

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of water and sewage infrastructure construction market in BRIC countries:

  • It provides historical values for the BRIC water and sewage infrastructure construction market for the report’s 2007–2011 review period and forecast figures for the 2012–2016 forecast period
  • It offers a detailed analysis of market size by cost type and by construction activity
  • It offers a detailed analysis of market size separately for water and sewage sector
  • It details the regulatory framework for the water and sewage infrastructure construction industry in BRIC countries
  • It covers an exhaustive summary on key trends, drivers and issues in the water and sewage infrastructure construction industry
  • It details the competitive landscape in water and sewage infrastructure construction industry of BRIC countries

 Reasons to Purchase

  • Gain insights into the water and sewage infrastructure construction industry of BRIC countries
  • Identify the key market trends and opportunities for both existing companies and prospective new market entrants
  • Analyze the regulatory environment governing the industry in BRIC countries, enabling to identify the options available to enter the market by analyzing the business environment in each nation
  • Gain insights in to the marketing strategies used by water and sewage infrastructure companies

More information available at:

http://bricdata.com/research/report/CN0506MR/

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