Last November, Slovakia, Sweden and Romania registered the most significant constructions sector growth in the European Union compared to the one registered in the same period the year before, Eurostat data show, being quoted by Agerpres.
At European Union level, construction works grew by 1.9 per cent in November, while the Euro Area registered a growth of 2.1 per cent.
Among member states, the constructions sector registered the highest growth in Slovakia (16.9 per cent), Sweden (10.7 per cent), Romania (6.8 per cent) and Slovenia (6.1 per cent), while the steepest slump was registered in Portugal (-4.5 per cent) and Poland (-1.9 per cent).
Month-on-month, the constructions sector registered a growth of 0.8 per cent in the Euro Area and 0.7 per cent in the European Union.
Among member states, the highest constructions sector growth was registered in Slovenia (15.5 per cent), Hungary (3.6 per cent), Italy and Poland (2.9 per cent each), while the steepest slump was registered in Slovakia (-4.9 per cent) and the Czech Republic (-0.7 per cent).