Market Overview

April 2009
Germany Infrastructure Report;Q2 2009, p8
Industry Profile
The article presents a market overview on the infrastructure sector in Germany. The country's infrastructure companies have developed a high reputation in the international market, but internal demand is low because Germany's infrastructure is highly developed. The sector is being undermined by the global economic crisis, especially the private sector and commercial activity. An overview of projects by German companies in other countries is presented along with the economic impact of urbanisation.


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