Worldwide Construction Industry - Opportunities in Developing Regions

Date: November 1, 2010
Pages: 34
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Worldwide Construction Industry - Opportunities in Developing Regions
The present study is based on global construction industry demand and opportunities. Here we have analysed construction machinery and equipment market and future projections with market analysis of United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Asia (India, Singapore and China). The report talk about recent industry trends like green building prefabricated housing etc. Also the report presents the business, financials and strategies of major players- Caterpillar Inc., Komatsu ltd., Deere & company and Balfour Beatty.

Executive Summary

The report titled “United Arab Emirates Tourism Industry – Focusing on Dubai & Abu Dhabi” focuses on UAE tourism and offers an analysis of the tourism market in the country. It analyzes the economic and political environment in the emirate. The report discusses in detail spending on tourism and development, leisure tourism along with the forecasts. The report also talks about tourism industry in Dubai and Abu Dhabi separately discussing tourism development and attraction, hotel and food industry, travel and transport industry and infrastructure development and construction industry. We have also discussed trends and business opportunities in the country in the tourism sector.

Key Findings in the Report
  • An expected growth rate is projected till 2014. Real GDP is expected to grow at a healthy rate and growth is expected to pick up pace in 2012 and beyond. By the year 2016, the tourism sector is expected to earn US$ -US$ billion.
  • Tourism industry has contributed significantly to the GDP. By the year 2016, the tourism sector is expected to earn US$~ billion.
  • In 2009, 40.90 million passengers passed through Dubai International Airport while 6.10 million guests stayed in Dubai's hotels. Projections show that 15 million tourists will visit the city by 2010 and the number of hotel rooms will grow to 1.84 million by 2010.
  • Tourism industry had a positive effect on the employment scenario in UAE. One in every 8.5% of the job is associated with the tourism. By 2016, this is expected to reach 9.1%. Abu Dhabi is also being regarded as one of the prominent destinations by tourists. In the next decade, it is expected that approximately US$~ billion would be invested in this sector.
  • Dubai generates maximum revenue from tourism for UAE. According to UAE government, the revenue earned from tourism is even more than it earns from oil. Tourists get attracted to the nightlife here, beaches, shopping and to luxurious accommodations available in UAE.
  • After oil and trade, building and construction is regarded as the third largest sector, contributing to approximately 6% of the GDP, which is US$23 billion; a significant contribution even in the time of financial crisis. The contribution is expected to increase to 10% - 11% in 2010 and 2011, when the economy is expected to recover from the crisis.
  • According to The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), UAE is considered as a “Front Runner” which means that UAE has very high potential for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and also for FDI performance. According to A&M estimation, the UAE tourism GDP is expected to grow at 4-5% from 2010 - 2016.
1. UAE BACKGROUND

1.1 Economic Environment and Forecast in United Arab Estimates (UAE)
  1.1.1 UAE Growth Outlook
1.2 Political Structure and system of United Arab Estimates
  1.2.1 Government
  1.2.2 Political and Social Stability

2. TOURISM INDUSTRY IN UAE

2.1. Spending on Tourism and Development
2.2 Tourism Market Growth in UAE
2.3 Leisure Tourism
2.4 UAE Tourism Forecast

3. UAE TRENDS & OPPORTUNITIES

3.1 Building and construction to the United Arab Emirates
  3.1.1 Hotel construction
3.2 Business Opportunities
3.3 The development of Abu Dhabi
3.4 Vast financial and oil reserves
3.5 UAE Investment regime

4. TOURISM INDUSTRY IN DUBAI

4.1 Tourism Development and Attraction
4.2 Business Opportunities
4.3 Travel and Transport Industry
4.4 Hotel and Food Service Industry
4.5 New Infrastructure Development and Construction Industry
4.6 Compelling Investments and Future Addressable Opportunities

5. TOURISM INDUSTRY IN ABU DHABI

5.1 Tourism Development and Attractions
5.2 Hotel and Food Services Industry
5.3 New Infrastructure Development and Construction Industry
5.4 Abu Dhabi Compelling Investments and Future Addressable Opportunities

LIST OF TABLES

Table: UAE basic economic data, 2009
Table: GDP by Emirates, 2005-2008
Table: United Arab Emirates Economic Variables, 2005-2008
Table: UAE Projections for Key Economic Variables (% real change), 2010-2014
Table: UAE Tourism Statistics, 2000-2009
Table: UAE Tourist Arrival and Country Stats, 2015F
Table: UAE Construction Industry Projections, 2011-2018
Table: UAE Petrochemicals Sector Projections (‘000 TPA unless stated otherwise), 2010-2014
Table: Foreign Trade by Type- Emirates Dubai, 2007-2009
Table: Foreign Trade by Type- Emirates Dubai, 2007-2009
Table: Transportation Sector in Dubai, 2005 – 2010E
Table: Hotel Industry Yearly Revenues, 2006-2008
Table: Dubai Hotel Industry Occupancy, 2005 – 2010
Table: Construction and Housing data, 2009
Table: Major Companies in Dubai construction Sector
Table: UAE Tourism Expected values and Real Growth Rate, 2020F
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