NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Report Key Highlights:
Brazil list of infrastructure projects, Brazil Historical and Forecasted Spend by Sectors and Province, Construction Growth, Construction Trends in Brazil, Brazil Infrastructure Key Project Owners with market share, Private Sector Participation in Brazil Infrastructure, Brazil PPP Projects, PPP Spend By Sector and Province, Brazil Project Cost Overrun, Brazil Infrastructure Project Time Overrun, Brazil Project Internal Rate of Return (IRR) by Sub-Sectors, Brazil Infrastructure Financing and Project Financing, Brazil Greenfield and Brownfield Investment, Brazil Transport Sector Spend, Brazil Energy Spend, Brazil Railway Projects, Brazil Oil and Gas Projects, Brazil Mining Projects, Brazil Top Mining Companies
Countries focusing on Infrastructure are often seen achieving higher economic and social success while also acquiring strong global position. Following the trails, most of the emerging economies are now realizing the need to invest in Infrastructure. Brazil is next in a row to course its focus on developing the country's infrastructure and improve economic conditions.
Recently, the Government has made an announcement to invest ~USD 65 billion in the infrastructure sector on building new assets and improve the existing stock. This is being viewed as a constructive move by the Government and is likely to raise investor confidence in the sector's growth. Conversely, Brazil has a recent past of big plans announced and then getting shelved or never making its way to execution. Some of the key projects that got shelved or are stalled, an example of such is a high speed rail project linking Sao Paulo with Rio de Janeiro worth ~USD 9 billion abandoned in 2013 after being announced in 2012. This has led to uncertainties in the investors if such plans will be accomplished.
Furthermore, few megaprojects seem to go through multiple revisions in cost and time through the project lifecycle due to different factors. Projects like 'Abreu E Lima refinery' and 'Rio De Janeiro to Sao Paulo High Speed Rail' are facing overruns resulting in average cost overruns of196%. Most of these are failing due to multiple reasons like financing issues or overruns at construction level. Financing is a big challenge in the country's infrastructure development. To cater to this, Government has already started privatization effort and releasing some its assets to private sector. Moreover, has introduced different innovating funding mechanisms like MIGA backed commercial bank loans that was used in 'Sao Paulo State Sustainable Transport Project' aiming to reconstruct 2 bridges and restore roads in key corridors.
Though Brazil offers big megaprojects opportunities for construction and other involved companies, tides of uncertainties will continue to drift, creating need to judiciously assess the market before making any strategic decision. The market assessment report from BrikStats, "2016-2018 Brazil Construction Forecast: Assessing Infrastructure Opportunities at Sector and Province Level with Project Risks and Returns" provides a detailed lens on the infrastructure and construction industry with a thorough sub-sector level assessment. It includes market sizing of upcoming project pipeline at most granular level and provides forward-looking analysis on top clients, contractors, consultants/ PMcs, other civil contractors / suppliers with their respective working or partnership model. Furthermore, it shows the new and recent trends in the industry and how it may impact the business decisions of the involved companies.
Under the special feature, report additionally provides detailed coverage on rarely reported data - 'Project Financing' and 'Project Risks and Returns'. Under the heading, it covers Debt/ Equity values with DE ratios and financier details by sub- sector; Cost and Time overrun with underlying driving factors (sector level); and Returns as targeted Internal Rate of Return (IRR) along with other socio-economic impacts created by individual project.
How BrikStats Report Helps?
- Formulating internalization or expansion strategies i.e. companies entering or plans to enter the Brazil Infrastructure market
- Enable existing companies to increase their market share or enter new sub-sectors
- Find business leads and plan business development goals through in-depth industry analysis along with 2-5 year forecast
- Mitigate risk and exposure by understanding the project related challenges and other policies and government behavior
- Understand current competitors or new entrants and their strategies
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