Regular reports outline key drivers of construction and provide five-year forecasts for a range of building activity indicators, within the context of the macroeconomic and demographic fundamentals driving the structural demand.
Valuable insights into Asia construction
Detailed construction trend analysis
Building and civil engineering sector/subsector reviews, with current-project information
Consistent and comparable analysis and forecasts
Our methodology allows comparisons across different segments of the construction industry
Advanced analytical functions
Our databank allows users to build custom queries with advanced data visualisations
Access to global economic views
Global themes provide our analysis on global economic trends and their potential impacts
Why Asia Construction Service?
We provide the information you need for strategic planning, performance analysis, risk management, and budgeting purposes.
All forecasts are produced within a rigorous, consistent quantitative framework that maps from approvals to commencements, work done and completions. Activity is linked to macroeconomic and demographic fundamentals that drive the structural demand for new buildings and infrastructure. The model’s projections are supplemented with detailed research by our economists into major projects that have been announced.
The analysis and forecasts will be useful for analysts and senior management to gain a deeper understanding of the building and construction industry in the region. The report is essential for strategic development and planning, performance analysis, risk management and budgeting purposes.
New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Where available sub-national forecasts are also supplied.
Asia Construction Service
Using established methodology, our service provides detailed overviews of historical trends as well as future prospects for building activity across 12 key Asian countries.
“We were drawn to working with Oxford Economics for its solid reputation and the strength of its research, and we’ve been particularly impressed with your ability to present this to governments and the media – it’s the reason we’d look for future opportunities to work together.”
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