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Access a snapshot of the credit risk situation and business performance of 14 major industries in more than 30 countries. The forecast is based on the assessment of Atradius underwriters.

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    Market Monitor Construction Belgium 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Belgium
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Despite decreases the level of payment delays and insolvencies will remain high in 2017 as a full-scale rebound is not expected for the time being.

    Market Monitor Construction France 2017

    Market Monitor

    • France
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    The recovery of the construction sector has finally gained some momentum, but competition remains fierce, and prices and profitability are still low.

    Market Monitor Construction Germany 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Germany
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Despite continued growth during the last ten years and a benign outlook the level of building activity seen in the 1990s has not been reached again.

    Market Monitor Construction The Netherlands 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Netherlands
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    The recovery of the Dutch construction sector continued in 2016, but there is still overcapacity in the market, and a consolidation has yet to take place.

    Market Monitor Construction UK 2017

    Market Monitor

    • United Kingdom
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Uncertainty in the British construction market is expected to increase in the coming years, especially as a ‘hard Brexit’ seems to be most probable.

    Market Monitor Construction Italy 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Italy
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Italian building cooperatives and smaller companies focused on domestic residential construction remain highly exposed to the risk of business failure.

    Market Monitor Construction US 2017

    Market Monitor

    • USA
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Future US construction growth could get an additional boost if, as announced, the new US administration invests heavily in infrastructure improvements.

    Market Monitor Construction Australia 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Australia
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    A modest recovery is forecast in the non-residential segment due to stronger private demand and activity picking up in the infrastructure building sector.

    Market Monitor Construction Saudi Arabia 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Saudi Arabia
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Due to the deterioration in demand competition has increased, as builders operate on lower margins in order to obtain the remaining available business.

    Market Monitor Construction Singapore 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Singapore
    • Construction

    14th February 2017

    Private building projects are expected to decrease due to less benign economic conditions and an increased supply completed housing projects and offices.

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