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Global Construction Outlook to 2022-Q4 2018 Update

Summary

GlobalData has revised downwards the forecast for growth in the global construction industry over the forecast period (2018-2022) to an annual average of 3.4% from 3.6% previously. The revision primarily reflects a weaker estimated outturn in 2018 in China and South Korea, which has pulled the forecast for growth in North-East Asia to 3.4%, as well as a flatter growth trend in the US. In real value terms (measured at constant 2017 prices and USD exchange rates), global construction output is forecast to rise to USD 12.9 trillion in 2022, up from USD 10.9 trillion in 2017.

There are intensifying downside risks to global economic growth, notably stemming from the erupting trade war between the US and China, but the global economy will continue to expand in the range of 2.5% to 3% a year in 2018-2022. The tightening in monetary policy in major markets will push up the cost of borrowing, but given that interest rates are generally at or near historical lows, this process is not expected to have a major impact on construction activity during the early part of the forecast period. Construction output growth will improve remain at 3.1% in 2018, unchanged from the rate recorded in 2017, before accelerating to 3.5% in 2019.

This report provides a detailed analysis of the prospects for the global construction industry up to 2022.

Key Highlights

- In the US, President Trump hopes to speed up growth in the US economy by cutting taxes, slashing regulation and increasing infrastructure spending; so far, however, much of Trump's economic agenda has not made it through Congress. GlobalData remains bearish over the political reality of the expanded USD 1.5 trillion infrastructure plan, and does not expect to see such an enormous investment. Nevertheless, the construction outlook for the US in 2018-2019 remains solid, and GlobalData expects to see ongoing investment in the sector over the forecast period.

- Growth in emerging markets will remain in excess of that in advanced economies over the forecast period, and will steadily gather pace in 2018-2020. Although construction output growth in China is set to slow, to average 4.0% in 2018-2022, this will be offset by an acceleration in construction growth in India. The expansion in advanced economies will remain stable, at 2.0% in 2019-2020 before easing back over the remainder of the forecast period.

- The Asia-Pacific region will continue to account for the largest share of the global construction industry, given that it includes the large markets of China, Japan and India. The pace of growth will slow, however, given the projected slowdown in China's construction industry as well as weakness in South Korea. China's government is expected to try to curb excessive investment and avoid a disorderly debt crisis, and as such is likely to reduce its spending on major infrastructure projects.

- Construction activity is gathering momentum across Western Europe. The region's output will expand by 2.4% a year on average in 2018-2022, improving on the sluggish growth of 1.3% in 2013-2017. The expansion in the UK is subject to major downside risks in the face of uncertainty relating to the outcome of its exit from the EU. Monetary policy within the EU will remain accommodating for much of the forecast period, given subdued inflationary pressures and moderate levels of economic growth.

- There were sharp contractions in construction output in many Eastern European countries in 2016, due to stalled EU funds. There was a sharp reversal in 2017, however, and assuming EU funding continues to flow, the region will expand by 4.3% over the forecast period. The weakness in Russia's economy will continue to weigh on the country's construction industry, but investment in road and rail projects in addition to a recovery in the oil and gas sector will support a recovery in Russia's construction output.

- The Middle East and Africa region as a whole will be the fastest growing in 2018-2022, with an annual average growth of 6.0%. Countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have suffered from weakness in oil prices in recent years, as government revenues have been greatly reduced. Assuming oil prices stay relatively high, large-scale investment in infrastructure projects-mostly related to transport-will be a key driving force behind the growth in the region.

- The pace of growth in sub-Saharan Africa will be particularly strong, averaging 6.6% a year in 2018-2022. There will be a steady acceleration in construction activity in Nigeria over the forecast period to 2022, supported by government efforts to revitalize the economy by focusing on developing the country's infrastructure. Ethiopia will be Africa's star performer, with its construction industry continuing to improve in line with the country's economic expansion.

- Construction activity in Latin America contracted in 2017, reflecting declines in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Chile. There will be an improvement in 2018, with the region growing by 1.2% in real terms, but the expansion will continue to be subject to downside risks, with fragile recoveries in Brazil and Mexico. Having expanded rapidly in 2017 and early 2018, there has been an abrupt halt to the pace of construction output in Argentina amid a major corruption scandal and a deterioration in economic stability.

Scope

- An overview of the outlook for the global construction industry to 2022

- Analysis of the outlook for the construction industry in major global regions: North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South and South-East Asia, North-East Asia, Australasia, the Middle East and North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

- A comprehensive benchmarking of 92 leading construction markets according to construction market value and growth

- Analysis of the latest data on construction output trends in key markets.

Reasons to buy

- Evaluate regional construction trends from insight on output values and forecast data to 2022. Identify the fastest growers to enable assessment and targeting of commercial opportunities in the markets best suited to strategic focus.

- Identify the drivers in the global construction market and consider growth in emerging and developed economies. Formulate plans on where and how to engage with the market while minimizing any negative impact on revenues.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

1. GLOBAL OUTLOOK

2. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: US AND CANADA

2.1. Overview

2.2. Key Updates

3. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: LATIN AMERICA

3.1. Overview

3.2. Key Updates

4. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: WESTERN EUROPE

4.1. Overview

4.2. Key Updates

5. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: EASTERN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA

5.1. Overview

5.2. Key Updates

6. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST ASIA

6.1. Overview

6.2. Key Updates

7. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: AUSTRALASIA

7.1. Overview

7.2. Key Updates

8. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: NORTH-EAST ASIA

8.1. Overview

8.2. Key Updates

9. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

9.1. Overview

9.2. Key Updates

10. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

10.1. Overview

10.2. Key Updates

11. ABOUT GLOBALDATA

11.1. GlobalData at a Glance

11.2. GlobalData Construction

11.3. Disclaimer

11.4. Contact Us


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Construction Output Growth, Advanced Economies vs Emerging Markets (Real, % change), 2013-2022

Figure 2: Global Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 and 2018-2022

Figure 3: Global Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 4: Global Construction Output Value (Real, 2017 USD billion), 2017 and 2022

Figure 5: US and Canada, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 6: US and Canada, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 7: US and Canada, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 8: The US-Construction Output Growth Gathers Pace

Figure 9: Canada-Construction Growth Decelerates Sharply

Figure 10: Latin America, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 11: Latin America, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 12: Latin America, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 13: Brazil-The Pace of Decline Slows

Figure 14: Argentina-Construction Output Growth Decelerates

Figure 15: Mexico-Slower Growth but Continued Recovery

Figure 16: Colombia-Construction Output Picks Up Again

Figure 17: Peru-Continued Recovery

Figure 18: Chile-Construction Growth Remains Healthy

Figure 19: Western Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 20: Western Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 21: Western Europe, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 22: Germany-Sharp Improvement in Civil Engineering

Figure 23: France-Construction Industry Recovers From Weak Start to the Year

Figure 24: UK-Marginal Recovery Following Poor Start to the Year

Figure 25: Sweden-Downturn in Residential Construction Contributes to Overall Contraction

Figure 26: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 27: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 28: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 29: Romania-Back to Contraction

Figure 30: Hungary-Continued Rapid Growth in Civil Engineering

Figure 31: Czech Republic-Industry Boosted by Investment in Buildings and Infrastructure

Figure 32: Poland -Slowdown in Buildings Construction Pulls Constrains Overall Growth

Figure 33: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 34: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 35: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 36: Singapore-Construction Industry Remains Subdued

Figure 37: Thailand-Pace of Growth Picking Up

Figure 38: Philippines-Regaining Growth Momentum

Figure 39: Malaysia-Growth Continues to Slide

Figure 40: India-Construction Growth Slowing From Recent Highs

Figure 41: Indonesia-Construction Growth Slowing

Figure 42: Australasia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 43: Australasia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 44: Australasia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 45: Australia-Growth in Engineering Works Slows

Figure 46: New Zealand-Weakness in Residential Pulls Down Overall Buildings Growth

Figure 47: North-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 48: North-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 49: North-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 50: China-Construction Output Growth Continues to Slow

Figure 51: South Korea-Struggling to Generate Growth

Figure 52: Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 53:Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 54: Middle East and Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 55: Saudi Arabia-Construction Activity Declines Further

Figure 56: Morocco-Construction Grows Year on Year for Fourth Successive Quarter

Figure 57: Algeria-Growth Slows, but Public Investment to Remain Supportive

Figure 58: Egypt-Construction Growth Remains High

Figure 59: Oman-Construction Recovers in Q2 2018

Figure 60: Qatar-Construction Continues to Expand at a Rapid Pace

Figure 61: Kuwait-Output Continues to Decline

Figure 62: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 63: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 64: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 65: Kenya-Strong Growth, But Slowing from Previous High

Figure 66: Ghana-Continued Healthy Growth

Figure 67: South Africa-Construction Industry Drops Back

Figure 68: Cameroon-Regaining Steady Growth Momentum


List Of Table

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Construction Output Growth (Real, % change), 2017-2022

Table 2: US and Canada, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 3: Latin America, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 4: Western Europe, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 5: Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 6: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 7: North-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 8: Australasia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 9: Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 10: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 11: US and Canada, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 12: Latin America, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 13: Western Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 14: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 15: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 16: Australasia, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 17: North-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 18: Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 19: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

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Summary

GlobalData has revised downwards the forecast for growth in the global construction industry over the forecast period (2018-2022) to an annual average of 3.4% from 3.6% previously. The revision primarily reflects a weaker estimated outturn in 2018 in China and South Korea, which has pulled the forecast for growth in North-East Asia to 3.4%, as well as a flatter growth trend in the US. In real value terms (measured at constant 2017 prices and USD exchange rates), global construction output is forecast to rise to USD 12.9 trillion in 2022, up from USD 10.9 trillion in 2017.

There are intensifying downside risks to global economic growth, notably stemming from the erupting trade war between the US and China, but the global economy will continue to expand in the range of 2.5% to 3% a year in 2018-2022. The tightening in monetary policy in major markets will push up the cost of borrowing, but given that interest rates are generally at or near historical lows, this process is not expected to have a major impact on construction activity during the early part of the forecast period. Construction output growth will improve remain at 3.1% in 2018, unchanged from the rate recorded in 2017, before accelerating to 3.5% in 2019.

This report provides a detailed analysis of the prospects for the global construction industry up to 2022.

Key Highlights

- In the US, President Trump hopes to speed up growth in the US economy by cutting taxes, slashing regulation and increasing infrastructure spending; so far, however, much of Trump's economic agenda has not made it through Congress. GlobalData remains bearish over the political reality of the expanded USD 1.5 trillion infrastructure plan, and does not expect to see such an enormous investment. Nevertheless, the construction outlook for the US in 2018-2019 remains solid, and GlobalData expects to see ongoing investment in the sector over the forecast period.

- Growth in emerging markets will remain in excess of that in advanced economies over the forecast period, and will steadily gather pace in 2018-2020. Although construction output growth in China is set to slow, to average 4.0% in 2018-2022, this will be offset by an acceleration in construction growth in India. The expansion in advanced economies will remain stable, at 2.0% in 2019-2020 before easing back over the remainder of the forecast period.

- The Asia-Pacific region will continue to account for the largest share of the global construction industry, given that it includes the large markets of China, Japan and India. The pace of growth will slow, however, given the projected slowdown in China's construction industry as well as weakness in South Korea. China's government is expected to try to curb excessive investment and avoid a disorderly debt crisis, and as such is likely to reduce its spending on major infrastructure projects.

- Construction activity is gathering momentum across Western Europe. The region's output will expand by 2.4% a year on average in 2018-2022, improving on the sluggish growth of 1.3% in 2013-2017. The expansion in the UK is subject to major downside risks in the face of uncertainty relating to the outcome of its exit from the EU. Monetary policy within the EU will remain accommodating for much of the forecast period, given subdued inflationary pressures and moderate levels of economic growth.

- There were sharp contractions in construction output in many Eastern European countries in 2016, due to stalled EU funds. There was a sharp reversal in 2017, however, and assuming EU funding continues to flow, the region will expand by 4.3% over the forecast period. The weakness in Russia's economy will continue to weigh on the country's construction industry, but investment in road and rail projects in addition to a recovery in the oil and gas sector will support a recovery in Russia's construction output.

- The Middle East and Africa region as a whole will be the fastest growing in 2018-2022, with an annual average growth of 6.0%. Countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have suffered from weakness in oil prices in recent years, as government revenues have been greatly reduced. Assuming oil prices stay relatively high, large-scale investment in infrastructure projects-mostly related to transport-will be a key driving force behind the growth in the region.

- The pace of growth in sub-Saharan Africa will be particularly strong, averaging 6.6% a year in 2018-2022. There will be a steady acceleration in construction activity in Nigeria over the forecast period to 2022, supported by government efforts to revitalize the economy by focusing on developing the country's infrastructure. Ethiopia will be Africa's star performer, with its construction industry continuing to improve in line with the country's economic expansion.

- Construction activity in Latin America contracted in 2017, reflecting declines in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Chile. There will be an improvement in 2018, with the region growing by 1.2% in real terms, but the expansion will continue to be subject to downside risks, with fragile recoveries in Brazil and Mexico. Having expanded rapidly in 2017 and early 2018, there has been an abrupt halt to the pace of construction output in Argentina amid a major corruption scandal and a deterioration in economic stability.

Scope

- An overview of the outlook for the global construction industry to 2022

- Analysis of the outlook for the construction industry in major global regions: North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South and South-East Asia, North-East Asia, Australasia, the Middle East and North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

- A comprehensive benchmarking of 92 leading construction markets according to construction market value and growth

- Analysis of the latest data on construction output trends in key markets.

Reasons to buy

- Evaluate regional construction trends from insight on output values and forecast data to 2022. Identify the fastest growers to enable assessment and targeting of commercial opportunities in the markets best suited to strategic focus.

- Identify the drivers in the global construction market and consider growth in emerging and developed economies. Formulate plans on where and how to engage with the market while minimizing any negative impact on revenues.

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Scope

Table of Contents

1. GLOBAL OUTLOOK

2. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: US AND CANADA

2.1. Overview

2.2. Key Updates

3. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: LATIN AMERICA

3.1. Overview

3.2. Key Updates

4. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: WESTERN EUROPE

4.1. Overview

4.2. Key Updates

5. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: EASTERN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA

5.1. Overview

5.2. Key Updates

6. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST ASIA

6.1. Overview

6.2. Key Updates

7. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: AUSTRALASIA

7.1. Overview

7.2. Key Updates

8. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: NORTH-EAST ASIA

8.1. Overview

8.2. Key Updates

9. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

9.1. Overview

9.2. Key Updates

10. REGIONAL OUTLOOK: SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

10.1. Overview

10.2. Key Updates

11. ABOUT GLOBALDATA

11.1. GlobalData at a Glance

11.2. GlobalData Construction

11.3. Disclaimer

11.4. Contact Us


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Construction Output Growth, Advanced Economies vs Emerging Markets (Real, % change), 2013-2022

Figure 2: Global Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 and 2018-2022

Figure 3: Global Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 4: Global Construction Output Value (Real, 2017 USD billion), 2017 and 2022

Figure 5: US and Canada, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 6: US and Canada, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 7: US and Canada, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 8: The US-Construction Output Growth Gathers Pace

Figure 9: Canada-Construction Growth Decelerates Sharply

Figure 10: Latin America, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 11: Latin America, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 12: Latin America, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 13: Brazil-The Pace of Decline Slows

Figure 14: Argentina-Construction Output Growth Decelerates

Figure 15: Mexico-Slower Growth but Continued Recovery

Figure 16: Colombia-Construction Output Picks Up Again

Figure 17: Peru-Continued Recovery

Figure 18: Chile-Construction Growth Remains Healthy

Figure 19: Western Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 20: Western Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 21: Western Europe, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 22: Germany-Sharp Improvement in Civil Engineering

Figure 23: France-Construction Industry Recovers From Weak Start to the Year

Figure 24: UK-Marginal Recovery Following Poor Start to the Year

Figure 25: Sweden-Downturn in Residential Construction Contributes to Overall Contraction

Figure 26: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 27: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 28: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 29: Romania-Back to Contraction

Figure 30: Hungary-Continued Rapid Growth in Civil Engineering

Figure 31: Czech Republic-Industry Boosted by Investment in Buildings and Infrastructure

Figure 32: Poland -Slowdown in Buildings Construction Pulls Constrains Overall Growth

Figure 33: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 34: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 35: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 36: Singapore-Construction Industry Remains Subdued

Figure 37: Thailand-Pace of Growth Picking Up

Figure 38: Philippines-Regaining Growth Momentum

Figure 39: Malaysia-Growth Continues to Slide

Figure 40: India-Construction Growth Slowing From Recent Highs

Figure 41: Indonesia-Construction Growth Slowing

Figure 42: Australasia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 43: Australasia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 44: Australasia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 45: Australia-Growth in Engineering Works Slows

Figure 46: New Zealand-Weakness in Residential Pulls Down Overall Buildings Growth

Figure 47: North-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 48: North-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 49: North-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 50: China-Construction Output Growth Continues to Slow

Figure 51: South Korea-Struggling to Generate Growth

Figure 52: Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 53:Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 54: Middle East and Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 55: Saudi Arabia-Construction Activity Declines Further

Figure 56: Morocco-Construction Grows Year on Year for Fourth Successive Quarter

Figure 57: Algeria-Growth Slows, but Public Investment to Remain Supportive

Figure 58: Egypt-Construction Growth Remains High

Figure 59: Oman-Construction Recovers in Q2 2018

Figure 60: Qatar-Construction Continues to Expand at a Rapid Pace

Figure 61: Kuwait-Output Continues to Decline

Figure 62: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2013-2017 vs 2018-2022

Figure 63: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, average % change), 2018-2022

Figure 64: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion)

Figure 65: Kenya-Strong Growth, But Slowing from Previous High

Figure 66: Ghana-Continued Healthy Growth

Figure 67: South Africa-Construction Industry Drops Back

Figure 68: Cameroon-Regaining Steady Growth Momentum


List Of Table

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Construction Output Growth (Real, % change), 2017-2022

Table 2: US and Canada, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 3: Latin America, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 4: Western Europe, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 5: Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 6: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 7: North-East Asia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 8: Australasia, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 9: Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 10: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Value (Real, USD 2017 billion), 2013-2022

Table 11: US and Canada, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 12: Latin America, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 13: Western Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 14: Eastern Europe, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 15: South and South-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 16: Australasia, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 17: North-East Asia, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 18: Middle East and North Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

Table 19: Sub-Saharan Africa, Construction Output Growth (Real, % change)

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