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Successful trade show in one of the biggest growth markets

Indonesia’s construction industry, one of the biggest throughout Asia, is expecting to see the fastest market growth until 2020, according to estimates of AECOM and BMI Research. The government is primarily investing in the infrastructure, with the road construction segment alone experiencing growth rates of roughly 13 % from 2015 to 2024: About RP 581 billion are budgeted for the 30 most important infrastructure projects. Heavy equipment supplied to the Indonesian construction industry even shows a growth rate of some 30 %, which also benefits other sectors. In addition, there is further...

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