Market Research Report
Chinese Influence on Global Infrastructure
|Published by||Timetric||Product code||552658|
|Published||Content info||29 Pages
This report outlines and analyzes all infrastructure projects around the world in which Chinese companies - including owners, financers, and contractors - are involved.
Throughout the 21st century, China has been a world leader in expanding its infrastructure base, creating the world's largest high-speed rail (HSR) network with over 20,000km of track spread throughout the country, growing its national trunk highway system to over 100,000km and becoming the world's largest energy producer. In recent years, the domestic construction sector has begun to cool off, and China has looked beyond its borders to export its excess contractor capacity and have a wider influence on infrastructure more globally.
The One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative epitomizes this philosophy, which seeks to improve infrastructure in emerging nations across Asia, the Middle East and Africa and Europe. The initiative aims to facilitate massive economic development through companies being able to transport goods more easily and cheaply between the provinces and countries along the route connecting China to Europe. The Infrastructure Intelligence Center (IIC) is currently tracking 111 large-scale OBOR infrastructure projects with a combined total value of US$688 billion.
All infrastructure projects in which Chinese companies have a role, inside and outside of China.
Details of each region's involvement of Chinese companies, and ranking of the leading Chinese contractors in each region.
Analysis of the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative, and progress on projects encompassed by the initiative.
Listing of major projects taking place in each region with Chinese involvement and an update on their progress.