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London, Greater London, United Kingdom, 2012/05/29 - China is the leading country among the BRIC nations in the rail infrastructure construction market, with a value of US$94.2 billion in 2011 - BRICdata.com.
For all BRIC countries, macroeconomic growth is expected to fuel the growth of the infrastructure construction market. Furthermore, this overall economic growth is expected to attract investment in a variety of industries, benefiting infrastructure construction.
Over the forecast period, the Brazilian economy is projected to record a CAGR of 4.16%, and this economic growth is expected to benefit the country’s rail and road transport infrastructure construction market. This construction activity growth is expected to continue over the forecast period, and Brazil’s forthcoming hosting of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games will continue to attract investment in the rail and road infrastructure construction.
BRICdata expects that the Russian rail and road infrastructure construction will continue to expand rapidly over the forecast period, due to various infrastructure projects planned for the 2012 APEC summit, the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, and the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Indian economy is projected to record an impressive CAGR of 8.21% over the forecast period, and this strong economic growth is expected to benefit the country’s transport infrastructure construction market, including rail and road infrastructure construction. The market is also expected to benefit from the strong growth anticipated in the country’s manufacturing and construction net outputs, with both expected to record strong CAGRs of 13.14% and 8.70% respectively over the forecast period. Overall, high investment and an increasing focus on infrastructure development and rapid urbanization are the main factors expected to support the growth of the Indian rail and road infrastructure construction market.
China holds a significant position among the emerging economies due to its fast-growing manufacturing industries, availability of cheap labor, and rapidly growing construction industry. The country has attracted a considerable amount of FDI which helped the construction industry to achieve a review-period CAGR of 23.24%. This robust growth was driven by the government’s eleventh five-year plan (2006–2011), which allocated RMB3.3 trillion (US$0.5 trillion) to infrastructure development.
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The Brazilian government has already commenced the second phase of its PAC 2 growth acceleration program, through which BRL959 billion (US$526 billion) will be invested in housing, transportation, energy and sanitation projects during 2011–2014. The transportation sector will receive a total investment of BRL104.5 billion (US$57.3 billion). Rail and road infrastructure construction will record high growth, with projected CAGRs of 11.62% and 8.58% over the forecast period.
The Russian government announced a US$400 billion infrastructure development package in 2010, which set out an extended program of infrastructure development for 2010 to 2015. Major international sporting events such as the 2013 Universiade Games, the 2014 Winter Olympic Games and the 2018 FIFA World Cup are expected to have a positive impact on the Russian infrastructure market, with significant investment anticipated in road and rail infrastructure.
One of the key trends in the Indian railway and road infrastructure construction is the increasing participation of private companies. The Ministry of Railways (MoR) has proposed development of various stations using the PPP model. The total planned investments in railways in the country’s 11th five-year plan amounted to INR2.6 trillion, with central government contributing 77%, states contributing 4% and the private sector contributing the remaining 19%.
The Chinese government has plans to expand its railway network by investing RMB640.0 billion each year between 2010 and 2012. China's 12th five-year plan (2011–2015) has planned investments of US$1.03 trillion in urban public facilities, including rail and road construction.
• This report provides an extensive analysis of rail and road infrastructure construction market in the BRIC countries;
• It analyses historical values for the BRIC countries' rail and road infrastructure construction market for 2007–2011, along with forecast figures for 2012–2016;
• It provides supporting country-specific analysis on the overall market as well as individual values for the industry’s key categories;
• It covers an exhaustive summary on the key trends and drivers affecting the rail and road infrastructure market in the BRIC countries;
• It details some of the key rail and road infrastructure construction projects;
• It profiles the major companies in the rail and road infrastructure construction;
• It details the expansion strategies used by various companies.
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