Market Research Report - 227366
Construction Sector in Ukraine 2014: Development Forecasts for 2014-2016
|Published||Content info||144 Pages|
|Construction Sector in Ukraine 2014: Development Forecasts for 2014-2016|
|Published: December 31, 2013||Content info: 144 Pages||
Consult this exceptional publication for a comprehensive view of the Ukrainian construction market and analysis of current and forecast activity in the engineering, non-residential and residential construction segments . The report reviews conditions in the market as a whole and examines the unique situation in each segment against the solid backdrop of Ukraine's economic and regulatory circumstances.
Also featured: Profiles of 10 leading construction firms doing business in Ukraine that include financial updates, operational details, specialisations, position in the market and complete contact information.
The report explores these essential characteristics of the overall market:
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What is the market share of this segment in relation to the overall Ukrainian construction sector? Learn the answer, in addition to all the details about existing supply, current and planned new construction projects and upgrades to:
Altcom, Altis, Arricano Real Estate, Azerkorpu-Autobahn, Budhouse Group, Cement Roadstone Holdings, Chevron, Donspetsmontazh, Dyckerhoff, ExxonMobil, Gulsan Construction, HeidelbergCement, Integral-Bud, K.A.N. Development, Karavan Real Estate, Krai Property, Kyivgorstroy (Kyivmiskbud), Kyivmetrobud, Naftogas Ukrainy, Onur Construction International, Shell,Todini Construzioni Generali, TPS Nedvizhimost, Ukrzaliznitsya, XXI Vek.
In November 2013, Ukraine decided not to sign the Association Agreement with the EU. Taking into account that Ukraine is highly reliant on foreign sources of financing, the refusal to sign the agreement will most likely force the government to look for financing outside the EU and the IMF. Tough conditions set by the IMF for a new multi-billion-dollar bailout, demanding a substantial increase in gas prices for domestic consumers, restrained budget spending and set up of a more a flexible exchange rate for the hryvnia, will be hard to accept by Ukraine's government facing presidential elections in early 2015. This refusal will most likely have a negative impact on implementation of state-funded infrastructure development programme in 2014, particularly on road projects. In 2014, the government plans to spend UAH 32.2bn (€2.9bn) on development of the country's road network, of which 54% to be covered by loans. As well, the political unrest, a heavy debt burden, the large current account deficit and dwindling foreign currency reserves are forcing banks to be highly selective regarding long-term loans, thus providing little support to real estate developers, especially to those planning large-scale projects.
Vitalie Iambla , Construction market Analyst
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