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 It can also be downloaded from iTunes, by searching for KHL Group.

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