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Title: Construction in Brazil - A Breakthrough Progression - Ken Research

Construction in Brazil - A Breakthrough
Progression Ken Research
Ken Research has released report on the growth
estimates of Construction in Brazil, in the
global market titled, Construction in Brazil,
Key Trends and Opportunities to 2020". This
report renders comprehensive market analysis on
the construction industry in Brazil involving the
construction industrys growth prospects by
market, project type and construction activity,
analysis of equipment, material and service costs
for each project type, the risks and assessments
to participants in the industry, profiles of the
leading operators and the data highlights of the
largest construction projects.
This report taps on the historical (2011-2015)
and forecast (2016-2020) valuations of the
construction industry, segmentation by sector and
by project type, breakdown of values within each
project type, by type of activity and by type of
cost and as well as the analysis of key
construction industry issues, including
regulation, cost management, funding and
pricing. Construction Industry Drivers and
Constraints The construction industry sector can
be contemplated at the core of world economy. It
is the backbone of modernization. By definition,
the construction industry is that sector of the
national economy engaged in the preparation of
land, construction, alteration and repair of
buildings, structures and other real property.
Thus, the industry is mainly urban based. With
this reference, industry growth in Brazil was
enumerated to be inadequate during the review
period from 2011-2015. The precipitation was due
to the economic recession, which further
contributed to the deterioration of the business
environment in addition to the weak investor
confidence which altogether resulted in the
depletion of the construction industry.
Accordingly, during the same period, the
industrys output value dwindled at a compound
annual growth rate of -0.32. Moreover, the large
quantitative and qualitative infrastructure
deficiencies resulting from the chronic
underinvestment in construction of infrastructure
in the last decade represent one of the main
obstacles to economic growth and create an urgent
need for action.
Despite these shortcomings for the construction
industry growth, it has been anticipated to grow
with nominal improvement. Although the economic
recession is predicted to prevail until 2017,
during which the industrys growth will remain
impeded. The recovery and minimal improvement
phase will begin from 2018 subsidized by a
gradual recovery in economic conditions
succeeding improvements in investor and consumer
confidence. The drivers also include positive
socio-demographic trends, rising middle-class
population, large housing shortage estimated at
over 5mn units in 2014 and underserved demand for
modern non-residential buildings. To regenerate
the economic growth, the government has made
efforts through incorporating flagship programs
like My House, My Life, the Logistics
Investment Program, Plano Decenal de Energia 2024
(PDE 2024)
and the National Education Plan which are
anticipated to boost the industry's growth over
the forecast period of 2014-2024. There are
several working examples of the Brazilian
governments efforts as well. For example,
privatization being considered as a means to
stimulate economic growth, has been a major
opportunity following which it introduced Projeto
Crescer (Project Growth), an infrastructure
privatization program aimed at stimulating
private sector investment, anticipated to uplift
the construction industry over the forecast
period, in September 2016. The Chinese government
is also expected to invest in infrastructure,
energy, manufacturing and mining projects. In
addition, as a part of the new energy plan PDE
2024, the Ministry of Mines and Energy revised
the country's solar energy targets as compared to
the target planned for 2023, in January 2016.
  • The initial target includes producing 3,500MW of
    solar power by 2023 while the new target includes
    generating 7,000MW of solar energy by 2024.
  • Scope
  • Construction Industry can thus be reckoned as a
    flourishing industry in the forecast period if
    not now for the Brazilian economy complemented
    with the continuation of the developmental
    process. Hitherto, the decelerating economy,
    stubbornly high inflation and restricted credit
    supply coupled with slowing domestic demand
    stemming from record-low consumer and investor
    confidence are all affecting the development of
    the Brazilian construction sector but despite
    these existing economic woes, political
    turbulence and concerns, Brazil's building
    industry showed up in an eminent

form at Feicon Batimat in 2016, one of Latin
America's largest annual construction trade
events and is relentlessly working to improvise
over its industry growth. The key leaders
identified to be working upon the improvement of
the construction industry include the Odebrecht
S.A., The CCR Group, Cyrela Brazil Realty SA
Empreendimentos e Participacoes, Construtora e
Incorporadora SA, and Gafisa SA. Key Topics
Covered in the Report Brazil Construction
Industry Research Report Brazil Construction
Industry Trends Brazil Construction Market
Forecast Global Construction Industry
Research Brazil Commercial Construction Industry
Brazil Residential Construction Market New
Construction Projects Brazil Brazil Construction
Equipment Market Brazil Construction Industry
Competition For more coverage click on the link
below https//
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related links https//
-trends-2019/3440-97.html https//www.kenresearch
Contact Us Ken Research Ankur Gupta, Head
Marketing Communications
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