Residential/Non-Residential Construction and Social Infrastructure

April 2012
Germany Infrastructure Report;Q2 2012, Issue 2, p41
Industry Profile
The article provides an outlook for the performance of the residential/non-residential construction and social infrastructure in Germany through 2021. It forecasts that the country's residential and non-residential construction sector is suffering to long-term decline and has been for some years averaging -0.36% per year between 2013 and 2021. It also reports that the German office sector is showing steady signs of recovery having shown a 6% year-on-year increase in first quarter of 2011.


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