Many large Asian cities benefited from the global economic growth of the 1970s to 1990s and developed a flourishing business sector during this period: hotels, office towers, shopping malls and several large public infrastructure projects. These buildings were and still are profitable for investors today since their location in the heart of the business centre allows them to receive a great deal of rental interest. Some of these infrastructures are outdated and have not been renovated or updated since the post-2000 digital shift.
The various Asian governments' global green shift and the interest in artificial intelligence embedded in infrastructure brings several windows of opportunity to the construction sector.
Many Asian governments are investing heavily in the various Smart City programs in their main cities and are keen to attract new green technologies, services and materials to enhance the offerings in their major cities.