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Title: Infrastructure Developments in China: Ken Research

Infrastructure Developments in China Ken
Ken Research has announced its distribution on,
Infrastructure Insight China which provides a
detailed view into the infrastructure sector in
China, including analysis of the state of the
current infrastructure, the regulatory and
financing landscapes and the major projects in
the construction pipeline.
The report describes all key infrastructure
sectors roads, railways, electricity and power,
water and sewerage, communication, and airports
and ports along with a brief analysis of the
administrative, economic and political context
for infrastructure in China. It furnishes an
explanation of the key drivers of growth in new
investment and an overview of the project
pipeline, with a detailed look at the prospects
for major projects and the companies that have
secured contract. Report makes it easier to
assess the current state of Chinese
infrastructure and the main drivers of
investment, including the key institutions and
financing methods and further investigate
forecasts and gain a comprehension of key trends
in each of the main infrastructure sectors.
  • Key Market Dynamics
  • Infrastructure development persists to be a top
    priority for Chinas government, which has long
    realized that a modern economy runs on reliable
    roads and rails, electricity, and
  • From the late 1990s to 2005, 100 million Chinese
    profited from power and telecommunications
    upgrades. Between 2001 and 2004, investment in
    rural roads propagated by a massive 51 percent
    annually. And in recent years, the government is
    using substantial infrastructure spending to
    hedge against flagging economic growth.

  • While China's overall economic expansion had been
    constantly falling, investors remained positive
    considering it to be an outcome of the nation
    developing, with a dwindling productivity gap
    compared with advanced economies leading to a
    natural downfall in growth as it becomes more
    difficult to close.
  • China's 13th Five Year Plan (2016-2020) forms the
    country's most recent set of social and economic
    initiatives, including priorities for its
    infrastructure sectors. Among the infrastructure
    targets are investments of USD 395 billion in
    road and rail. Renewable and sustainable
    infrastructure has become more of a priority,
    especially in the areas of water, sewerage,
    electricity and power.

  • Chinas leadership has mapped equally ambitious
    plans for the future. Infrastructure is likely to
    continue to be a prestigious part of the Chinese
    investment program. Its goal is to bring the
    whole nations urban infrastructure up to the
    level of infrastructure in a middle-income
    country, using increasingly efficient transport
    logistics to tie the country together. As a
    result, the Chinese construction industry
    outpaced GDP growth in 2016.
  • Moreover, the country restated its dedication to
    infrastructure spending in the immediate term,
    quoting low raw material prices and increasing
    domestic demand as construction drivers.
  • 1,455 large-scale infrastructure construction
    projects are currently being recorded in China
    with a total investment value of USD 2.8 trillion.

  • The railways sector accounts for the largest
    share of the project, with a total value of USD
    1.25 trillion.
  • The public sector is expected to directly fund
    79 of the infrastructure construction project
    pipeline, with a further 13 being funded
    privately the remaining 8 will be funded
    through public-private partners and this
    proportion of government-funded projects is
    forecasted to become a greater concern in the
    future, as government debt will reach new heights
    and China will accordingly adjust to growth
    levels though at a slow pace.

  • Key Factors Considered in the Report
  • China Infrastructure Industry research report
  • China Road Construction Sector
  • Rail Construction Industry China
  • Electricity and Power Infrastructure Sector
  • China Infrastructure Construction future Outlook
  • China Construction Industry Investments
  • China Road Construction by Value
  • Railways Construction Projects in China
  • For more coverage click on the link below
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