Industry Forecast Overview

April 2009
Germany Infrastructure Report;Q2 2009, p38
Industry Profile
The article presents an overview of the infrastructure industry forecast in Germany. It projects the country's construction industry to contract by 5.79% in real terms during 2009. Moreover, it also predicts that a prolonged recession in the U.S. and Europe would weigh on economic growth and infrastructure activity in the country beyond 2010, with continued negative impact for commercial construction and industrial construction. Information on energy, utilities and transport is presented.


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