Construction Europe podcast May 2014 (audio)

By Sandy Guthrie12 May 2014

In the May 2014 podcast from Construction Europe: Optimism for European equipment market; UK infrastructure delays examined; construction output grows again, according to Eurostat; Slovak cartel fines upheld; road and rail projects could be driving force in Russia, as well as Central and Eastern Europe; and Tata Steel raises its profile in UK. Other highlights from the May 2014 issue of Construction Europe magazine in the podcast include the business news, and a look at the finance pages. Also, Pinsent Masons discusses tax issues for companies looking to work in Africa; FIEC has produced a manifesto for action ahead of the European elections; while CECE looks at off-highway exhaust emissions regulations. There is also a preview of this month’s features. 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, or going to

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