In the Eurozone, construction work went up by 2.7%.
Romania was followed by Hungary, with 12.7% and the Netherlands, with 11.5%. Spain recorded the highest decrease, down 8%, followed by France (-5.3%) and Slovenia (-4%).
Compared to February, construction work went up by 1.5% in the EU and by 0.8% in the Eurozone in March. In Romania, it increased by 4.4%. It ranked second, after Hungary, where the construction work rose in March by 6.3% compared to February. (source: Romania-insider.com)