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Cracow, Malopolskie, Poland, 2011/04/28 - Significant Recovery in the Polish Construction Industry - PMR releases new report entitled: Polish construction sector, H1 2011 - PMRCorporate.com.
After the weaker growth seen in 2009-2010, the year 2011 is forecast to bring a significant recovery in the construction industry, brought on by intense implementation of engineering contracts signed previously, and a boom in large-scale construction. However, dwindling funds available for public investments mean that long-term prospects for the Polish construction industry must be estimated with great care. Much depends on the scale of the expected recovery of investment activity in the enterprise segment.
Today’s economy requires businesses to keep close tabs on market activity in order to make sound decisions and maximise profits. If you are looking for the very latest and most viable data and analysis on the Polish construction sector, you should read the latest PMR report Construction sector in Poland H1 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2013.
The report provides a comprehensive study of the Polish construction sector as a whole and its segments – from housing to non-housing and civil engineering construction, interpreting trends in wages, employment, prices, the financial position of companies and the number of construction firms in the market.
An important part of the report is an analysis based on a survey of the 200 largest construction firms in Poland, assessing the industry as well as trends in the whole construction market. In addition, profiles of the top ten construction companies are provided, including the latest contracts obtained over the past six months and financial forecasts for the coming years.
Our expert analysts have provided 3 year forecasts for 2011-2013, including regional forecasts for housing, non-housing and engineering construction, by province and construction segment, as well as the value of construction and assembly production until 2013. Factors impacting on the shape of forecasts for the construction market in Poland have been analysed, incorporating a SWOT analysis, macroeconomic indices, foreign and local investments, cement production and EU subsidies.
Construction sector in Poland H1 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2013 combines valuable business intelligence from a variety of trusted sources into one clear, concise document – ready for delivery to you in a convenient electronic format.
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