Eurozone construction shrinks

Investor's Business Daily
May 2013
Investors Business Daily;5/20/2013, pA02
March output fell 1.7% from a month earlier, marking the 5th decline in a row. The latest was also worse than Feb.'s 0.3% dip, with construction activity falling 3.1% in Germany and 0.7% in France. But Spain saw a 2.4% increase, the best in 5 months. On an annual basis, March output is down 7.2% in the eurozone but up 16.6% in Spain.


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