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European construction defies expectations
Construction output in Europe is expected to show greater gains this year than previously forecast by Euroconstruct thanks to growth in the new residential building market. Claire Symes reports.
No change at the top
The Ce-100 League Table The top five of our CE-100 league table of Europe's largest contractors, remains relatively unchanged. But there have been some interesting changes further down, with mergers, bankruptcy and growth in specific areas re-shaping the lower reaches of the table. Chris Sleight reports.
Conflict hits the markets
Stock markets took another big tumble in July, due to the sharp rise in oil prices that followed the escalation of violence in the Middle East. Construction shares were caught-up in the widespread sell-off. Chriss Leight reports.
Risky business
Risk is a fundamental issue for the construction industry and, in the first of two articles, Neal Orris looks at the key principles of risk allocation.
Construction market recovery
Rapidly rising oil prices in 2005 slowed growth in Europe's construction market for the first time in several years. However, FIEC believes 2006 will see the market return to form with gains of +1,9%.
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