NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Report Highlights: South East Asia Economic Growth and Performance, Historical Construction Spend from 2010-2020, Construction Spend by Country and Sectors, Forecasted Construction Spend from 2015-2020 - By Country and Sectors, South East Asia Infrastructure Ownership Type, Involvement of Private Sector in Infrastructure, South East Asia Public Private Partnership Trends and PPP projects, PPP Concession Types, Greenfield and Brownfield Project Spend By Status, South East Asia Project Financing Market Size- Project Debt to Equity, Top Financiers, South East Asia Projects with Cost Overrun, South East Asia Projects with Time Overrun, Reasons for Overruns, South East Asia Infrastructure Project Returns - Project IRR at Sector Level In the report, South East Asia region includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The report has a detailed breakdown of the upcoming infrastructure projects worth USD 470 billion in the region. The analysis is performed at a country and sub-sector levels that helps in identifying pockets of future growth in the region, thereby enabling contractors, project consultants, investors and others companies to cash on the massive infrastructure opportunity in the South East Asia construction market. The South East Asia region is gaining prominence through its growing contribution towards the Asian economy and currently accounts for 12 % of the Asia's total GDP. It accounts for 15% of Asia's total population. Over the last few years, the South East Asia region has seen remarkable progress in terms of its economic and social growth. Additionally, the growth stability in the region has been remarkable. From construction opportunity standpoint, South East Asia is aggressively investing in the infrastructure development, especially the emerging countries like Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines. Most of these countries have also been noticed taking valiant steps in improving the infrastructure investment climate and attract foreign investors. For example: Philippines Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) to fund public sector projects, Indonesia's ASEAN Infrastructure Fund in 2012, and Vietnam PPP office set up under the Ministry of Planning and Investment to improve the PPP governance framework. South East Asia offers vast infrastructure and construction opportunities, however there are innumerable challenges in the region:1) Infrastructure Project Funding Gap: Infrastructure development in most of the South East Asian countries depends on the public sector investments. Due to limited private sector participation, funding gap has widened such that many projects get delayed due to late financial closure. In an attempt to resolve the growing funding gap, countries like Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines are awarding maximum contracts under PPP model. However, there remains a question, whether these countries can execute the complicated PPP contracts successfully or not?2) Project Schedule Overruns: Most of the South East Asian countries have been observed with huge time overruns, while also impacting a huge share of infrastructure projects. Different factors result in the overruns. Of this, financing and construction related issues are the primary reasons for most of the countries3) Rising Project Debts: Most of these countries heavily depend on subsidized loans i.e. ODAs as commercial loans are not easily available for mega projects. The majority of projects requires Government Guarantee to get the project fundedThe report titled 'South East Asia Construction Future Outlook: Breakdown of USD 470 Billion of Planned Infrastructure Projects', provides a detailed analysis of the infrastructure and construction industry with a thorough sub-sector level spend forecast. While identifying the existing opportunities in the country, the report also lays down the facts on the risks involved and expected returns in the infrastructure market. The report includes market sizing of upcoming or un-awarded project contracts at a more granular level and provides forward-looking analysis on top clients or owners with their respective working or partnership model. Under the special feature, report additionally provides detailed coverage on rarely reported data - 'Project Financing' and 'Project Risks and Returns'. Under the heading, it covers Debt/ Equity values with DE ratios and financier details by sub- sector; Cost Overrun and Time overrun with underlying driving factors (sector level); and Returns as targeted Internal Rate of Return (IRR).