Latest guide to European market

12 December 2017

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The Construction Europe Business & Market Report 2017, the latest special report from KHL, is now available from the KHL Information Store.

This year’s edition of the definitive guide to the European construction sector has more in it than ever.

Using KHL’s own data and figures from FIEC (the European Construction Industry Federation), this report provides invaluable market information across the continent. There is a market outlook which shows that despite the many unknowns in Europe, there are reasons to be optimistic.

A financial review of 2016 reveals a turbulent year in the world of stocks and shares, and there is a round-up of the major business news stories of the year.

PricewaterhouseCooper’s investment division reveals the major factors influencing the future of infrastructure spending, while municipal bonds in the UK are discussed by KPMG.

One of the key unknowns facing Europe is still Brexit, the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. A report from a conference looking at the effects of Brexit highlights what may happen in the wake of the UK’s departure.

The construction site of the future will be a very different place to the traditional image in many people’s minds, as new technology will revolutionise the industry. A conference in Brussels looked into the possibilities that face the construction industry.

An at-a-glance guide to the economies of Europe provides key data which is so vital for future planning.

The report features the CE-100 guide to the top contractors, as well as the latest details of more than 150 of the largest European contractors.

The Construction Europe Business & Market Report can be ordered in hard copy or digital format from the KHL Information Store, for €500. The Information Store can be found by clicking here.

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