Construction in 8 Countries East & SE Europe 2019-2021

The Summer 2019 Forecast from EECFA (Eastern European Construction Forecast Association) (The June 2019 EECFA Report).

This forecast report is organised by one of the Euroconstruct partners, but the analysis is done by their partners in the 8 countries covered. The structure varies somewhat from the Euroconstruct report, but coverage of construction trends is excellent too, only the categories are different. The forecast is a bit shorter too, covering only around two years after the time of publication.

The 8 countries covered are significant markets in Eastern and South Eastern Europe (although large parts of Russia and Turkey are outside Europe), varying from the rather small to the very large:

Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, and Ukraïne.

There are historical data and forecasts for the main categories of construction (e.g. residential construction, non-residential construction, civil engineering, all split into new versus renovation and maintenance except civil engineering in Turkey where only the total is available) for all countries. Data and forecasts for new residential construction, new non-residential construction and for civil engineering are split into a number of sub-categories, but coverage varies a bit from country to country, depending on availability of reliable data for each country.

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