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EU dip for Romanian construction rate

NATIONWIDE Romania registered in February the highest decline in construction activity in the European Union, against January, according to Eurostat.

May 2010 - From the Print Edition

Construction activity dropped 13.8 per cent in February on January, compared with an average 2.9 decline in EU.
Romania was followed by Slovenia with a 9.2 per cent decline and Spain with a six per cent drop in a top of decline.
The three countries that reported an increase of the construction activity were Hungary (six per cent), Portugal (1.4 per cent) and Germany (one per cent). Romania’s decline in construction follows two consecutive months of growth.

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