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Title: Government Infrastructure Expenditure to Fuel Turkish Construction Industry: Ken Research

Government Infrastructure Expenditure to Fuel
Turkish Construction Industry Ken Research
Ken Research has announced its distribution on,
Construction in Turkey, Key Trends and
Opportunities to 2020 which provides detailed
market analysis, information and insights into
the Turkish construction industry. The report
furnishes critical insight into the impact of
industry trends and issues, and the threats and
opportunities they present to participants in the
industry and profiles of the leading operators in
the Turkish construction industry.
It produces historical and forecast figure
valuations of the construction industry in Turkey
by using construction output and value-add
methods. Analysis of key construction industry
issues, including regulation, cost management,
funding and pricing is properly conducted in the
report. It gets easier to recognize and assess
the market opportunities using standardized
valuation and forecasting methodologies and well
evaluates market growth potential at a
micro-level with over 600 time-series data
forecasts through an in-depth understanding of
the latest industry and market trends.
The business risks, including cost, regulatory
and competitive pressures, especially competitive
risk and success factors are properly studied in
the report and aid in further execution of a
successful corporate strategy that leads to
revenue generation. According to the Turkish
Statistical Institute, the seasonal and
calendar-adjusted average construction production
index at a 2010 base price propagated by 1.8 in
2015, while the seasonally and calendar-adjusted
construction turnover index ascended by 0.5,
ultimately showing and promising an ameliorated
performance as the years pass by. The country's
average building construction cost index
increased by 5.9, labor cost index rose by 8.3,
while the materials cost index grew by 5.2 in
Terrorism and cost inflation challenges were
needed to be confronted for achieving fast
development of the industry. There has been a
clear proof of betterment in residential and
non-residential construction. The total number of
building permits issued rose by 5.0, from 89,577
in January-September 2015 to 94,015 in
January-September 2016 which was also predated by
an annual contraction of 12.3 in 2015. Turkey's
parliament approved the national Sovereign Wealth
Fund (SWF) in August 2016 to finance
infrastructure construction projects that do not
have a build-operate-finance model. The fund is
forecasted to lead to the announcement of more
infrastructure projects in the coming years.
The construction industry is forecasted to
perform better over the forecast period than
during the review period. The industry's
forecast-period growth is expected to be driven
by public and private sector investments in
infrastructure, energy, residential and
industrial construction projects. The country's
total installed electricity capacity is
forecasted to rise by 2023. The forecast-period
growth of the energy and utilities construction
market will be supported by government plans to
develop the country's energy infrastructure
proposing incentives, license exemptions,
purchase guarantees, feed-in-tariffs and
connection priorities.
The industry is expected to flourish driven by
the government's plan to increase the share of
renewable energy in terms of total installed
power capacity encouraging investment in
renewable energy infrastructure and aim to
increase the share of renewable sources to 30.0
of the country's total installed power capacity
by 2023 has been set by the concerned government
authorities. Companies Covered ENKA Insaat ve
Sanayi AS , GAMA Holding AS , Tekfen Holding Co.,
Inc., Kolin Insaat Turizm Sanayi ve Ticaret AS ,
Yapi Merkezi Holding Inc.
Key Factors Considered in the Report Turkey
construction Industry Research Report Turkey
Institutional Construction market New
Institutional projects Turkey Turkey Construction
Market Players Turkey Infrastructure Industry
Trends Turkey Residential Construction
Sector Turkey Real Estate Industry For more
coverage click on the link belowhttps//www.ken
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Contact UsKen ResearchAnkur Gupta, Head
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