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com +44 (0)20 7246 5170 . please contact us at: enquiry@bmiresearch.Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index 57 Rewards 57 Risks 58 Asia Pacific Infrastructure RRI: Developed Markets Increasingly At Risk 59 Table: Asia Risk/Reward Index 65 Market Overview 66 Competitive Landscape 66 Table: EQS Data 66 Company Profile 71 EEI Corporation 71 First Balfour 75 San Miguel Corporation (SMC) 79 Methodology 86 Industry Forecast Methodology 86 Sector-Specific Methodology 87 Risk/Reward Index Methodology 91 Sector-Specific Methodology 92 Table: Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index Indicators 92 Table: Weighting Of Indicators 93 For more information.Private Sector Driving 2015 Construction Surge 11 Latest Updates 11 Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Philippines 2014-2024) 11 Transport Infrastructure .Outlook And Overview 31 Latest Updates 31 Table: Cross-Island Interconnections 43 Table: Energy & Utilities Projects 48 Residential/Non-Residential Building .Outlook And Overview 17 Latest Updates 17 Table: Competitiveness Of Philippines's Infrastructure 17 Table: Transport Projects 30 Energy And Utilities Infrastructure .Philippines Infrastructure Report Published Date: 01 Apr 2016 Table of contents BMI Industry View 7 Forecast And Latest Updates 7 Table: Philippines 5-Year Construction Industry Forecast 7 Table: Philippines Infrastructure Risk/Reward 8 SWOT 9 Infrastructure SWOT 9 Industry Forecast 11 Philippines .Outlook And Overview 49 Latest Updates 49 Table: Residential and Non-Residential Building Industry Data (Philippines 2013-2018) 49 Table: Social Infrastructure And Construction Projects 54 Industry Risk Reward Ratings 57 Philippines .

but plans to introduce a new public-private partnership bill bode well for further private investments.9 7.1 51. ● We believe positive momentum in the approval of projects under the Philippines&#39. The upcoming elections in 2016 will weigh on construction activity.645. This is reflected in our forecast.52 1.2 7. please contact us at: enquiry@bmiresearch. Our longer-term outlook remains tempered by upcoming elections and project implementation deficiencies.031. Philippines .5 35.8 50.s PPP programme will continue over the months leading up to the presidential elections in mid-2016.70 1.0 62. Real Growth. construction sector is supported by growth in public construction activity as the government&#39.307.94 8. Source: Central +44 (0)20 7246 5170 .6 e/f = BMI estimate/forecast. % of GDP 6. Latest Updates And Structural Trends ● Our outlook for the Philippines construction industry remains positive and we forecast real growth of 8. ● Continued progress on the government&#39.5 7.7% in 2016 and 2017 respectively. the Philippines is likely to see a slight weakening of its Country Risks score over the coming quarters. % y-o-y 10.11 Construction Industry Value.s Public-Private Partnership programme gains traction.0 55.47 8.3% between 2016 and 2025 (compared to 6.91 1. BMI Risk/Reward Index ● The Philippines fell by one place to the 14 th position out of 17 regional markets assessed in our latest Asia RRI (RRI). National Statistical Coordination Board. Philippines Infrastructure Report Published Date: 01 Apr 2016 BMI View: The positive outlook for Philippines&#39. PHPbn 932.3 7.Construction Industry Forecast (2015-2020) 2015e 2016f 2017f 2018f 2019f 2020f 1.0 7.9% for the energy & utilities sector). Philippines Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index Risk/Reward Index Rewards Industry Rewards Country Rewards Risks Industry Risks Country Risks 51. as well as sustained momentum in private construction activity.4% for the transport sector and 7.5 Source: BMI Risk/Reward Index For more information. which expects the residential and non-residential building industry to expand at an average annual pace of 8.1 out of 100 due to growing external risk in the region.s overall score fell to 53.s PPP programme and persistent growth rates in the worsening external environment indicates further upside potential to the country&#39.66 8.162.467.48 Construction industry value. The country&#39. ● With the upcoming elections in 2016.24 8.5% and 8.04 Construction Industry Value.s rewards profile.49 8.7 51. ● We expect a relatively stable monetary policy to provide a favourable environment for potential homeowners and developers.67 1.

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