BMI View: We expect slower growth in Hungary's construction sector from 2016 onwards as the
government's stimulus for the infrastructure sector comes to an end. EU funding will continue to support the
sector - particularly strategic road and rail projects, although we ..."
In real terms, Norway's construction industry will continue to expand over the forecast period (2015-2019), with investment in transport infrastructure projects continuing to drive growth. Industry growth is expected to be supported by ..."
BMI View: Our forecasts for the Czech construction and infrastructure sector remain steady, with marginal
growth of 3.3% for 2015. After struggling with underfunding for many years, the transport sector is
enjoying EU-driven investment into its four trans-European tra ..."
Earthmoving equipment refers to heavy equipment used in the construction industry to dig foundations of buildings, move large amounts of earth, and landscape areas. Earthmoving equipment includes construction tractors, loaders, and excavators. The earthmoving equipment market ..."
BMI View: Despite a marginal increase in government funding for infrastructure and an increasingly
buoyant outlook for the German economy, our view that insufficient capital is being deployed in the
construction sector remains in place. We forecast a notable slowdown ..."
BMI View: BMI has left its view for Poland unchanged this quarter. We forecast a strong recovery for the
Polish infrastructure sector, with growth averaging 3.9% over the next five years. The residential and
energy sectors will be the key drivers for growth. However, ..."
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The Dutch construction industry's growth pros ..."
BMI View: We had forecast Finland's construction sector to see its third consecutive year of decline in
2014, contracting by a sharper-than-expected 3.6%, a figure confirmed by the national statistics agency in
March. We had previously expected another year of contrac ..."
BMI View: We have downgraded our forecast for Norway's construction sector growth in 2015 to 2.0%
from 4.9% in last quarter's report. We've also lowered our 10-year outlook to average 2.1% from a
previous forecast of 3.2% annually. We have made these changes due to wh ..."
BMI View: The outlook for Romania's construction sector over the coming five years is more positive than
the previous; we now forecast real growth of 3.9% y-o-y in 2015, followed by 4.2% in 2016. The
acceleration in growth comes on the back of a more expansionary gove ..."