The PPP/PFI market is likely to have a key role to play in the years ahead. Despite the global economic downturn, there is a major infrastructure backlog of essential work.
E&C companies need to manage regulatory issues, procurement strategies, and the local market and business culture, which vary widely around the world.
The E&C industry does not have good history of business control or project management. There has been a tendency to chase volume at the expense of profitability.
The industry is suffering from skills shortages & labour needs to be more mobile.
Companies are increasingly realising the potential benefits of low-cost sourcing (LCS) in order to maintain their competitiveness.
The challenges that CEOs perceive are—perhaps not surprisingly—the same issues that we at PwC confront every day.
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