Libya Construction Market Future Examined in New Topical Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com22 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The ten-month civil war sparked by the Arab Spring in February has had a severe impact on Libya’s economic activity heavily dependent on hydrocarbons, which account for more than 70% of output and 95% of exports. International sanctions and, as a consequence, denial of access to foreign exchange have limited the ability to finance imports of goods and services, resulting in severe disruptions in the non-hydrocarbon sectors. The lifting of sanctions in Libya is likely to boost construction activities in the nation, and, in particular, the energy sector. Having used up about 62% of its oil reserves, Libya is currently in urgent need of alternative sources of income to rebuild its war-torn economy.
New market research study “Libya Construction Industry 2012” prepared by Ventures Middle East is aimed at providing an in-depth examination of the construction industry in Libya.
Key Report Topics:
- Libya political economy till 2011 and beyond;
- Libya hydrocarbon industry overview;
- Libya infrastructure sector;
- Libya power and water sector;
- Libya buildings sector overview;
- scenario analysis and future outlook for the construction in Libya through 2013.
Libya Construction Industry 2012
Published: February, 2012
Price: US$ 800,00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at Ventures Middle East page.