Market Analysis / Statistics / Wood construction / Europe
January 13, 2014

European construction hits bottom and is expected to grow

European construction hit bottom in 2013 and should grow slowly in 2014. This new forecast was issued in on 28th November 2013 at the 76th Euroconstruct Conference in Prague.    Euroconstruct's new projection for 2013 represents a slight upgrade on their earlier forecast issued at the 75th Conference in June 2013. This is due to rising confidence and strong growth in Scandinavia and Poland.    The latest Eurocontruct construction output expectations point to a 3% dip overall in 2013 across the 19 Euroconstruct countries - 15 in Western Europe and four in Central and ...

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