EECFA construction forecast to 2020

EECFA (Eastern European Construction Forecasting Association) has released its “Winter Construction Forecast Reports 2018” based on research on the construction markets of eight Eastern European countries.

Southeast Europe

Optimism still prevails in the Eastern and Western Balkan countries studied by the EECFA. For the region as a whole, the new forecast sees just a slight downward revision.

However, on country level, the stories are different. There is less optimism in Croatia and more optimism in Serbia and Slovenia compared to the previous forecast round. In Romania, the largest construction...

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