Construction Europe Podcast – February 2013 (audio)

31 January 2013

In the February 2013 podcast from Construction Europe: construction output for Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia set to rise by 2016, but not such good news for Poland; European output generally continues to decline; uncertainty stalls Germany‘s offshore wind development; damages claimed from steel cartel; European Investment Bank deals approved; mixed picture for UK construction market as contrasting forecasts are released. Other highlights from the February 2013 issue of Construction Europe magazine in the podcast include a glimpse at what to expect at Bauma, and a look at the other features this month – specialised transport and wheeled loaders. The podcast is hosted by Sandy Guthrie, editor, and Helen Wright, deputy editor. It is available from the KHL podcast page at www.khl.com/audio-podcasts/. It can also be downloaded from iTunes, by searching for KHL Group.

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