BMI View: Croatia will gently move out of recession in 2015 with a paltry 0.1% real GDP growth,
according to our projections, amid an environment of fiscal initiatives and public sector cuts aimed at
reducing the yawning budget deficit, all ahead of an increasingly li ..."
BMI View: The Danish construction sector is set to average 4% per annum growth until 2019, on the back
of strong investment in the infrastructure sector, driving a solid project pipeline, with public and private
financiers looking to the sector for safe investments. A ..."
BMI View: Deteriorating relations between the EU and Russia, and Russia's subsequent recession, had a
sharp knock-on effect in Latvia's construction industry, which had been performing strongly until 2015. The
next decade will be characterised by muted, but steady gro ..."
BMI View: The Netherlands will be an attractive construction market over the next three years, driven by
investment opportunities in non-residential building sector. Over the longer term infrastructure
opportunities will be present, primarily in the power sector, as t ..."
BMI View: We have revised up our 2015 forecast for Slovakia's construction industry to 9.7% on the back
of historical revisions to the 2014 data, and stronger indicators across the industry. Low borrowing costs,
improving demand conditions and strong business confiden ..."
BMI View: After five years of industry contraction, the construction sector is once again growing since
2014, along with the economic recovery of the country. A slowly recovering economy, lower unemployment
and rising consumer confidence will provide a moderate increa ..."
BMI View: A return to positive growth in Estonia's construction and infrastructure industry is forecast for
2016, before holding fairly robust momentum over the next decade. Hot spots can be found in residential
building, although a housing bubble may be on the horizo ..."
BMI View: Our outlook for the French infrastructure sector remains subdued in 2015 and 2016. A weak
domestic economic environment and ongoing policy and regulatory uncertainty are undermining investor
confidence and we expect to see limited gains in terms of fixed cap ..."
BMI View: Post-election political instability and a lack of clear leadership, combined with the knock-on
effects of devastation from the 2014 floods, has left Bosnia & Herzegovina's building industry faltering,
despite the need for reconstruction and the aid coming in ..."
BMI View: Overall, the long-term outlook for Greece's struggling construction sector remains bleak. While
the country has successfully agreed a third bailout deal, economic growth will remain subdued, and
significant structural weaknesses persist, exacerbated by ongoi ..."