"Investment projects in the construction of the Republic of Kazakhstan"
Objectives of the Review:providing up-to-date information about the largest planned projects for the construction and reconstruction of various facilities in the Republic of Kazakhstan, data analysis to search for new directions of development and analysis of investment activities of the largest companies in the field of construction, a conveniently structured description of investment projects indicating the contact details of project participants (developer, investor, developer, general contractor, designer, equipment suppliers and other project participants) Directions of using the research results:search for clients and partners, preparation for negotiations, benchmarking, competitor analysis, marketing and strategic planning Time frame of the study: 2022 and plans until 2025 Terms of the study: monthly Key Market Parameters The Republic of Kazakhstan has the largest economy in Central Asia, generating about 60% of the region's GDP. According to the World Bank, the country ranks 42nd in the ranking of countries by GDP and 72nd in GDP per capita (according to the end of 2021, World Bank, International Comparison Program database). The Republic of Kazakhstan has adopted 6 economic state programs: the Strategic Development Plan of the Republic of Kazakhstan until 2025, the Strategy "Kazakhstan-2050", the State Program of Industrial and Innovative Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2020-2025, the State Program of Development of Regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2020-2025, the State Program of infrastructure Development "Nrly Zhol" for 2020 – 2025 and the Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Investment and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2020-2025. Their implementation allows us to count on the constant emergence of new investment projects. Advantages of the study: As part of the preparation of the Review "Investment projects in the construction of the Republic of Kazakhstan", INFOLine specialists analyze the development plans of the largest developers on a monthly basis, study the plans for integrated development of territories and permits of the authorities for construction, tender documentation. Investment projects for the construction of all types of facilities are being investigated.The Review included facilities with investments in the construction of which amount to at least $ 1 million. At least 30 investment projects are presented in the monthly issue. The description of each object contains: specifying the destination of the object; its location; current stage of construction; completion date; investment volume; contact information of all construction participants (customer, investor, developer, general contractor, designer, equipment suppliers and other project participants). Thanks to this information, the Review becomes a COMPLETELY READY tool for finding new customers and partners. Research methods and sources of information: The study was prepared on the basis of weekly monitoring: Thematic news: "Investment and construction facilities in the Republic of Kazakhstan" The information was prepared on the basis of a set of sources: interviewing companies participating in projects to identify additional information and confirm the actual implementation of projects at the moment; monitoring of the state of the construction industry, implementation of investment projects in construction, commissioning of non-residential facilities, dynamics of processes using statistical information; data of the largest construction companies (investment memoranda, website materials, press releases); monitoring of more than 5,000 media outlets, and identification of key events in the regional construction markets, as well as the markets of construction and finishing materials, which IA INFOLine has been carrying out since 2002, including within the framework of the service Thematic news: "Investment and construction objects in the Republic of Kazakhstan"; monitoring of state and commercial tenders for construction works and supplies of equipment and construction materials; monitoring of the distribution of resources for the implementation of targeted government programs.