Africa

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  • Industry: Energy & Natural Resources
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 11/15/2013

2013 Global Construction Survey 

KPMG International’s 2013 Global Construction Survey catches the industry in a more upbeat mood after several years of falling backlogs and tight margins that felt like a hangover following the previous boom.
2013 Global Construction Survey
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The scale and duration of large engineering and construction programs means that contractors – particularly the bigger, global players – require some time to prepare for market upswings. Having tightened their belts and rationalized following the recession, are they fully ready to catch the next big wave of mega-projects?

 

What makes our global survey unique is that each participant is personally interviewed face-to-face by a KPMG senior representative. This year a record 165 senior executives of leading engineering and construction companies from around the world took part in the survey, and I would like to thank all those who gave their valuable time to contribute to this vital and ongoing assessment of the future of the sector.

 

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Oil & Gas in Africa

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KPMG’s Oil and Gas in Africa sector report explores the current state of oil and gas in Africa and also highlights possible future trends in the sector.