MEED Insights: GCC Projects Outlook Report 2018

2018-05-29
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Published : May-2018
No. of Pages : 88

MEED Insights: GCC Projects Outlook Report 2018

Summary

The market has been in freefall for more than two years. It’s never been more important for companies to have concise, accurate and comprehensive market intelligence than today.

GCC Projects Outlook 2018 evaluates this new market and highlights the markets, sectors and projects presenting the best growth opportunity. It provides critical data to help you make key business decisions and inform your strategy.

Using data from more than 15,000 live projects, this data-focused report assess the current and future outlook by country and sector, the top contractors and clients, key trends and project drivers, and identifies the major future opportunities and challenges.

Written by MEED, the Middle East market experts within the GlobalData Group, this data-focused premium intelligence report is an indispensable guide for anyone involved in the GCC projects market.

The report will come with the graphical data* in Excel format so that the users can edit the graphs themselves.

Scope

– Longer term projects market forecast 2018-2022
– Summary and lists of future project opportunities
– Analysis of key trends, market drivers and opportunities by country and sector
– Top clients and contractors ranking
– Strategic insight from the foremost experts into the current and future size of projects market

Reasons to buy

– Analysis of the GCC projects market performance in 2018 and over the next five years
– Current and future size of market by sector and country
– Top clients and contractors ranking
– Longer term forecast for 2018-2022
– Key project and sectors drivers
– Key challenges and opportunities
– Top current and future project lists
– Cashflow analysis
– Analysis on a city by city level

Filed in: Manufacturing
Publisher : GlobalData
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