BMI View: The outlook remains extremely poor for Greece's construction industry, despite the recent
government agreement to a series of privatisations as part of the ongoing debt renegotiations. The far-left
Syriza party remains largely opposed to privatisation and th ..."
BMI View: After seven years of recession, the construction and infrastructure industry will return to
growth in 2015. Driven largely by EU-backed developments in the rail sector, growth will also be
supported by the economic recovery and investment-positive regulatory ..."
Italy's construction industry has been in decline since 2008. In 2014 it posted a contraction of 2.8% in real terms. However, the industry is expected to fare slightly better over the forecast period (2015-2019), with new investment in residen ..."
BMI View: Building permits issued and completed dwellings fell significantly year-on-year in Q115, and
while overall construction works were up 0.5% quarter-on-quarter, this represents the second quarter of
slowing growth. Post-election political instability and a lac ..."
BMI View: We maintain our view that Bulgaria's construction industry will growth by 1.8% in 2015,
supported by the transport infrastructure sector, particularly projects in the road and railway subsectors.
Although Bulgaria will continue to be highly dependent on EU f ..."
BMI View: With the prospect of a major recession looming, the local currency depreciating sharply and the
potential for a re-escalation of conflict in the east of Ukraine lingering there is little to instil confidence
amongst investors in the country's declining infra ..."
BMI View: Strong economic growth will be supportive of construction sector growth, with the energy and
transport sectors being the key growth drivers. However, BMI cautions that the recent EU probe into cartel
allegations in road construction could see some of the vit ..."
The construction industry is one of the leading employers in Germany, with approximately 2.2 million workers. As several other industries are linked to the construction industry, it serves as an economic driver and contributes to the overall economic prosperity of the country. ..."
Excavators are used for demolition, lifting of heavy objects, and digging. These are self-propelled machines that run using crawlers or wheels. They are highly versatile heavy construction machinery and are used for various applications such as below and above-ground-level ope ..."
The UK construction industry is expected to perform relatively strongly over the forecast period (2015-2019), expanding at an average annual rate of 4.19% in real terms. This marks a clear improvement from the average annual expansion of 0.45% recorde ..."