20.10.2011 - US construction recovery delayed - McGraw-Hill
New spending on U.S. construction, which has fallen in four of the past five years, is forecast to remain flat next year at about $412 billion, pushing back an expected recovery in the sector by another year, according to a widely-followed forecast. The estimate, by McGraw-Hill Construction, predicts gains in some construction sectors, such as single-family housing and apartment buildings, as well as commercial buildings such as warehouses and hotels..............................................Full Article: Source
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