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Government Spending on Infrastructure Drive Commercial Construction Market of Qatar
May 2016, New Delhi
• The National Vision 2030 will drive construction growth in Qatar
• Diversification policy followed by the government of Qatar
Ken Research announced its latest publication on, “Commercial Construction in Qatar to 2019: Market Forecast” which provides a detailed analysis of the Qatar Commercial Construction industry. Category-wise coverage of different segments in the industry has been covered in the report. The projects launched by the government for enhancement of the sector are explained in the report. The report enables the reader to interpret future outlook on how the market will shape up by the end of this decade.
Qatar’s Commercial Construction Market is one of the largest Construction Market around the world. The industry’s output showed a compound annual growth rate of 15.6% in real terms during the period 2011-2015. The country is rich in its oil and gas reserves and these were the key factors which were contributing to the strong economy state. Lower oil prices are invoking the government to diversify and become less reliant on its natural reserves. This leads to high level of spending on infrastructure which drives the growth of commercial construction market.
The government is focusing on improving the transport and tourism infrastructure for which it has launched the “Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy 2030”. The purpose of the project is to increase the travel and tourism share in GDP by 2030. As a result this will increase the total Commercial Construction spending. The single biggest event which will boost the construction sector is the hosting of 2022 FIFA World Cup and in line with the country’s 2020 Qatar National Vision. Major infrastructure projects like new roads, highways, expansion of the Hamad International Airport and new metro in Doha are undertaken for the same. Transport projects have the largest share of value as well as volume in the construction market. These plans will create demand for construction over the next few years

Global Commercial Construction Market
A number of international construction companies operate in Qatar open for involvement of international private sectors. The emerging markets are to forecast a faster growth in construction industries than the developed economies. At the global side residential construction is forecast to remain as the largest share in the construction market. The global construction industry is expected to show a CAGR of 7.3% over the coming few years. The biggest challenges for the industry are technology awareness, project cancellations due to the impact of the global financial crisis, tightening of credit and financing markets, and issues related to project financing. Increasing population, government spending and need for commercial buildings are expected to drive the industry.
Key Topics Covered in the Report
– Detailed analysis of Qatar Commercial Construction Industry
– Value and volume analysis for Qatar Commercial Construction Market
– Historic and Forecast value analysis by category
– Key issues in the market
– Consumer trend framework
– Analysis of mega-trends
– Profiling of new projects launched in the Qatar Commercial Construction Market
To know more on coverage, click on the link below:
https://www.kenresearch.com/manufacturing-and-construction/real-estate/commercial-construction-qatar/23554-97.html
Related Reports:
Institutional Construction in Poland to 2019: Market Forecast
Institutional Construction in the Philippines to 2019: Market Forecast

Contact:
Ken Research
Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications
query@kenresearch.com
1244230204

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