International Construction - January-February 2020

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January-February 2020

Included in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS
    Record for supertall buildings; Japan’s city of the future; US$40 billion metro expansion for Jakarta; new standards for drones; largest hard rock TBM in the US.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
    With the major economies of the UK and Germany struggling slightly, Europe is expected to see growth – just growth at a low level, reports Scott Hazelton.
  • REGIONAL REPORT
    With the Indian government announcing ambitious infrastructure spending plans the country could be set for more strong construction spending growth, although issues with a lack of private investment remains, reports Andy Brown.
  • MINI EXCAVATORS
    Joe Sargent looks at the latest mini excavator models on the market and pays special attention to the rise of electric power in this segment.
  • SHOW GUIDE: WORLD OF CONCRETE
    With the event in Las Vegas, US, occurring soon, we take a final look at some of the exhibitors.
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY SUPPLEMENT 
    The first technology supplement of the year includes:
    • TECHNOLOGY NEWS
    • TELEMATICS
    • VR AND AR
    • 3D PRINTING
    • INTERVIEW: Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle
    • SURVEYING
  • SHOW PREVIEW: CONEXPO
    Whet your appetite for the biggest construction show of the year before next month’s comprehensive show guide.
  • OFF-HIGHWAY SPECIAL REPORT: PHILIPPINES
    The team at Off-Highway Research shine a spotlight on the Philippines – a market with great potential.

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