The Uzbek government has launched a major investment programme covering a range of sectors including construction
The project takes account of Mozambique’s fast-growing population and its high degree of vulnerability to climate change
The development is due to be completed by 2023 and will involve an investment of 580 billion yen
The project will cover an area of 140 hectares and will cost more than half a billion euros
Despite slower growth across its main trading partners and spectre of Brexit hanging over the nation, Ireland’s economy continues to outperform even the most optimistic of expectations.
During the first 5 months of 2019, a total of 17,367 new buildings were completed.
Following the +3.1% achieved in 2018, the European construction industry’s growth is expected to fall to around +1.9% this year and to +1.5% over the following two years.
In 2018 the African construction industry saw a real boom. with the number of projects increasing by 60%. del 60% per numero di progetti. Egypt is the country topping the rankings.
According to the 86th Euroconstruct Conference report, building production in the area will grow until 2021 (+2.8% in 2018).
The 26th CRESME Outlook and Forecast Report reveals a sector-wide recovery that is expected to continue at least until 2022.
New home starts in the U.S. achieved 1.26 million units in 2018, but 2019 will be flat after nine consecutive years of growth.
The funds will be used to build social and low-cost housing for the poorest sections of the Nigerian population.