At EU level, the construction works went up by 2.3pct in July, while the Eurozone recorded a growth by 1.8pct.
Among the EU member states, the construction works have registered the highest raises in Slovakia (23.4pct), Romania (15.1pct) and the Czech Republic (14.1pct), whilst the most significant declines were recorded in Slovenia (minus 14pct), France (minus 3pct) and the United Kingdom (minus 2.3pct).
In July 2015, compared to June 2015, the construction works recorded a 0.7pct growth in the EU and a 1pct advance in the Eurozone.
In July vs June 2015, among the EU member states, the construction works have recorded the highest levels in Sweden (4.2pct), Germany (3.2pct), Poland (2.2pct), the Czech Republic (1.9pct) and Romania (1.4pct), and the lowest levels in Hungary (minus 3pct), Slovenia (minus 2.8pct) and the UK (minus 1.3pct). (source: actmedia.eu)