The South and Southeast Asia region (SSEA) is embarking on many of the world’s most intensive infrastructure projects. The Asian Development Bank estimates that SSEA will spend a total of US$9.5 trillion on infrastructure between 2016 and 2030.
Given this critical period of development, S&P Global Ratings’ director of Asia Pacific Corporate Ratings, Abhishek Dangra, analyses the outlook for the region’s infrastructure players in BRINK Asia.
“We believe infrastructure companies based in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines,” Dangra writes, “could feature among the most robust market participants.”
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