The Future of Construction in Malaysia to 2015: Commercial Construction Activity to Remain Strong19 Aug 2011 • by Natalie Aster
The Malaysian construction industry registered growth of XX.XX% in 2010, largely as a result of stimulus packages introduced by the government to revive economic growth. The Malaysian government allocated these incentives between various industries in 2009 to avoid a sharp rise in unemployment and a consequent fall in consumer confidence in the uncertain economic environment. The funds allocated for infrastructure were largely routed towards strengthening Malaysia’s rural infrastructure and developing the nationwide communications infrastructure: the government plans to make Malaysia a knowledge-rich economy and has invested in enhancing broadband connectivity across the country. The government has also launched private-finance initiatives (PFI) through which it will financially encourage private-sector operators to take up public-sector projects. These steps were taken to bring higher levels of efficiency, professionalism and expertise into government projects.
The report “The Future of Construction in Malaysia to 2015: Commercial Construction Activity to Remain Strong” by iCD Research provides a top-level overview and detailed market, category and company-specific insights into the operating environment for construction contractors. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast construction industry values at market and category level, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and an annual review of major events in the industry from the previous 12 months.
The Malaysian economy is the third-largest in South-East Asia behind Indonesia and Thailand, and has recorded swift growth since recovering from the Asian financial crises. Due to the global economic crisis, GDP declined in 2009 by XX.XX%, but recovered strongly in 2010, registering a growth of XX.XX%. The growth was primarily driven by two stimulus packages amounting to MYRXX.XX billion (US$XX.XX billion), as well as the efficient management of the country's financial and banking system. The government has also initiated some long-term structural changes in the economy that will have a positive impact on the construction industry and other major industries in the country.
Published: July, 2011
Price: US$ 1,250.00
Report Sample Abstract
Within the Malaysian construction industry, infrastructure construction was the largest market in 2010, with a share of XX.XX%. In terms of growth, the infrastructure construction market registered a review-period CAGR of XX.XX% and is expected to record a CAGR of XX.XX% during the forecast period. Institutional construction was the fastest-growing market during the review period, recording a CAGR of XX.XX%.
Historic Industry Value Review
The Malaysian construction industry valued MYRXX billion in 2010, an increase of XX.XX% over figures from 2009. Over the review period, the industry achieved a CAGR of XX.XX%.
Historic Industry Segmentation Review
The largest market in the Malaysian construction industry in 2010 was infrastructure construction, with a value of MYRXX.XX billion, equal to XX.XX% of the total construction industry. The second-largest market was residential construction, with a value of MYRXX.XX billion, followed by industrial construction, with a value of MYRXX.XX billion. Institutional construction was the fastest-growing market in the Malaysian construction industry during the review period, with a CAGR of XX.XX%, followed by commercial construction with a CAGR of XX.XX%, and infrastructure construction with a CAGR of XX.XX%.
Industry Value Forecast
ICD expects the Malaysian construction industry to value MYRXX.XX billion in 2015, compared to MYRXX.XX billion in 2010. The industry is forecast to achieve a CAGR of XX.XX% over the forecast period.
Industry Segmentation Forecast
Infrastructure construction is forecast to be the largest market in the industry in 2015, with a market value of MYRXX.XX billion, and a market share of XX.XX%. The second-largest market is forecast to be residential construction, with a market share of XX.XX%.
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