The new Acimac’s study shows a significant growth in EBITDA and net profits. The best performances were posted by companies with turnovers of between 10 and 40 million € and in the fields of digital decoration and finishing machines.
This year the Indian economy has once again maintained growth levels above 7% and investments in infrastructure remain the main growth driver. The Indian government is expected to allocate 3-4% of the country’s GDP to infrastructure investments to ensure annual economic growth of between 7% and 8%.
The 3rd edition of “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile producers” by ACIMAC Research Department compares the 2015 results of 77 Asian tile companies and further 248 companies, of which 88 from Italy and 75 from Spain.
The 3rd edition of the “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile producers” shows a slight increase of profitability margins for the Spanish tile companies in 2015.
The 3rd edition of the “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile producers” compares the results of 88 Italian tile companies and 237 foreign ones.
In 2016 global construction investments reached a value of around 8 trillion euros. Read the interesting analysis by Francesco Doria, head of Mapei Research Department.
In 2016 the turnover of the Spanish ceramic tile industry grew by 7% to 3.3 billion euros while the tile production reached 492 million sq.m (+12%).
Hyper-amortisation drives sales of innovative technologies in the domestic market. Exports are stable. Total turnover up by +13.3%.
A number of new projects to be carried out in Tobruk, Tripoli, Benghazi, Sirte and Sebha, has been approved to start the reconstruction of the Country.
The Moroccan construction industry is expected to grow between 2016 and 2020, driven mainly by investments in infrastructure, energy and new residential housing projects.
The Tunisian economy is expected to grow by 2.4% in 2017 (+1.6% in 2016) and to see steady improvement over following years to reach an annual growth rate of 4.5% by 2020. In particular, a number of large projects are under way in the construction sector, most notably the Tunis Financial Harbour, on which work began in late November 2016.
Egypt closed fiscal 2015/2016 with GDP growth of between 3.6% and 4.0% in real terms. In the 30 months between April 2014 and October 2016, the Egyptian government made real estate investments valued at 43 billion Egyptian pounds (2.5 billion euros), compared to the 30 billion pounds invested in the last 20 years.