Philippines Construction

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To what extent has the land acquisition process improved in recent years, and what further challenges remain in this area?

 

How do you see the supply and demand ratio evolving in the commercial, office and residential property markets over the coming years?

 

Favourable government policies and a growing, increasingly urbanised population have created fertile ground for the expansion of the Philippines’ construction sector in recent years. Driven by major investments in transport networks, residential complexes and social housing, the construction industry grew at an average annual rate of 12% from...

 

Insufficient levels of affordable housing across urban centres is one of the more complex issues facing the government, with the challenge compounded by the pace of urbanisation currently under way.

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Philippines 2018

Favourable government policies and a growing, increasingly urbanised population have created fertile ground for the expansion of the Philippines’ construction sector in recent years. Driven by major investments in transport networks, residential complexes and social housing, the construction industry grew at an average annual rate of 12% from 2012 to 2016. The annual growth rate more than...

Rapid macroeconomic growth has worked to strengthen trade and investment in the Philippines. Build, Build, Build – the government’s infrastructure development agenda – is supporting soaring imports, while the fast-growing manufacturing export base remains an economic mainstay.

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