Construction activity in Spain shrank during the review period (2011-2015), reflecting weak business confidence, consumer demand and depressed economic conditions. Poor investor confidence reduced infrastructure construction activities during ..."
BMI View: Brexit will have far-reaching implications for the UK construction sector. Overall, in the
short term these implications are negative, with investment decisions from the private sector to be put on
hold, while the government has entered a period of instabili ..."
Construction activity in Slovenia was weak during the review period (2011-2015), as a result of a deteriorating business environment and weak economic performance.
The country's construction industry consequently contracted by 7.6% in ..."
BMI View: Austria's construction industry will register a ninth consecutive year of negative growth in
2016, coming in at -1.0% and a value of USD20.3bn. From 2017 to the end of our forecast period in 2025,
we predict muted growth sustained by an improving economy and ..."
BMI View: Belgium's construction sector is well developed, with extensive transport, energy and
residential/social infrastructure networks already in place. As a mature market, growth potential is
somewhat stifled and the ongoing government austerity measures mean we ..."
BMI View: Transport, energy and residential infrastructure in Bosnia and Herzegovina were devastated by
the floods in 2014. Currently, there are development projects, mostly in transport, energy and tourism
sectors, backed by European and non-European multilateral org ..."
BMI View: The Danish construction sector will no longer be a regional outperformer in the medium term,
due to a weak economic picture. However, investment in the infrastructure sector will drive a solid project
pipeline. Areas that will particularly benefit from gover ..."
BMI View: The outlook for the construction sector in the Netherlands is broadly positive, with strong
growth expected in terms of industry value over the short-term as several large-scale power and industrial
infrastructure projects enter development. Growth is expect ..."
BMI View: Potential investors in Ukraine's construction sector face numerous challenges. The ongoing
conflict in the east of the country has exacerbated the country's infrastructure deficit, and damage to
transport and utility networks means that supply disruptions ar ..."
BMI View: Overall, the sealing of the first bailout review on May 24 2016, which, among others, required
the creation of a privatisation 'super fund' that will also be responsible for the management of state assets,
marked that the privatisation route is open and is e ..."