Dallas, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/27/2012 -- Discover the top 20 success stories in the Ukrainian construction sector. Report leading companies and forecasts development to 2015.
The Ukrainian construction industry, made up of the chief sectors of engineering, non-residential and residential construction, is influenced by a wide range of factors from prices, macroeconomic conditions and tax consequences to investment and demand for public sector projects and new housing. Professionals with interests in this market need a single, concise and comprehensive information source that examines the key dynamics of the industry as well as the competitive environment.
Construction sector in Ukraine 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2015 from PMR is exactly the type of publication they can turn to for complete coverage of all the issues relevant to business operations. This report examines conditions in each segment separately and analyses the overall market while presenting in-depth growth forecasts for the period to 2015.
Overall market conditions in Ukrainian construction are described in terms of output, project updates and a regional view of market activity, employment levels, wages and trends in prices for building materials, equipment and machinery. The report reviews the country’s tax system and the business implications of VAT, income and real estate taxes, and also examines the regulatory environment as it applies to investment.
This report calculates the exact market share of the Ukrainian infrastructure, energy production and transportation segment and offers analysis of major road projects in terms of permits distributed, length of the network and upcoming plans. The railway sector is examined in similar fashion, and coverage of airport construction activity is enhanced by detailed information on seven key facilities, traffic statistics for passenger and cargo transport and planned building and renovation projects offering international investment opportunities. The report also explores conditions in the power generation segment, revealing expansion plans and opportunities available in upcoming projects, before turning to the outlook for pipeline construction and the current and future potential for projects in the environmental protection sector.
The non-residential construction section of this report encompasses structures designed for business offices, retail stores and warehouses and industrial plants. This report delivers information on the current supply of buildings in each of these segments, as well as current and upcoming construction projects, rental activity and trends and forecasts for development, with special attention to Ukraine’s largest cities.
The section covering the residential construction segment in Ukraine discusses the plans of domestic and international developers with regard to various categories of housing and government investments in housing, offering a regional perspective on stock and recently completed projects in different parts of the country.
This publication is especially recommended for companies entering Ukrainian construction, currently engaged in manufacturing or distributing construction materials or equipment, providing financial and/or consulting services or engaged in research, educational or government operations.
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