Emerging Asia Receives Most Investment from Chinese Companies, States Timetric in Its Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
18 Sep 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – To date, Chinese contractors are engaged in 1,034 projects in other countries, with most being in place in Emerging Asia (Southeast Asia, China and India), the Middle East and Africa. China seems to take particular interest in large-scale megaprojects. Whilst projects with the involvement of Chinese contractors only account for 16% of the world total, the size of many of the infrastructure incentives indicates this is identical to 31% of the total global value of the infrastructure project pipeline, USD 17.1 trillion in 2017.
China is reported to be the greatest foreign threat to the construction businesses across all leading regions of the world, with the USA coming second.
Emerging Asia, owing to its closeness to China and great number of rapidly growing, developing nations receives most investment and involvement from China-based companies. Emerging Asia’s 430 projects are valued at USD 1.2 trillion, in which China is leastwise partially engaged. The majority of these projects have relation to the OBOR initiative, with Pakistan being the place of 43 One Belt, One Road (OBOR) construction projects.
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