Publicate semestrial, rapoartele de prognoza sunt realizate de institutii economice locale de cercetare ale pietelor de constructii din Bulgaria, Croatia, Rusia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turcia si Ucraina.
EECFA Construction Forecast Report
EBI Construction Activity Report Hungary Q4 2023
2023: a weak year-end in Hungarian Construction Activity-Start
Constructiile in zig-zag in Europa de sud-est si in expansiune in Est
Prognoza EECFA, editia Iarna 2023
Zigzag in Southeast and expansion in East European construction
EECFA 2023 winter construction forecast
Incotro se indreapta piata constructiilor de locuinte din Romania?
Autor: Dr. Sebastian Sipos-Gug - Ebuild Srl, EECFA Romania
No drama in Southeast European, but tragedy in East European construction
The EECFA 2022 Winter Construction Forecast Report has been released on 5 December. Yet another downward revision characterizes the forecast for both regions. Southeast Europe could see shrinkage on the horizon. This, however, comes after a great period of construction in between 2016 and 2021, so the market is foreseen to come down from a peak level. In this respect, the 3% decline until 2024 is no drama, in EECFA’s view. The drama is in East Europe where the peak was reached in 2018 and the market was around 10% below that peak level even before the Ukraine war began. Since then, EECFA has paused issuing forecasts in Ukraine and a status report has been prepared. Without Ukraine, the region is expected to reach its bottom in 2023.
Tendinte nefavorabile in pietele de constructii din Europa de Est
EECFA a lansat prima prognoza de la inceputul invaziei Ucrainei de catre Rusia
Negative turn in the construction markets of Eastern European countries
EECFA released on 27 June its first forecasts since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. EECFA (Eastern European Construction Forecasting Association) conducts research on the construction markets of 8 Eastern-European countries.
4th Pandemic edition EECFA Forecast up to 2023
EECFA’s 2021 Winter Construction Forecast Report was released on 6 December. EECFA (Eastern European Construction Forecasting Association) conducts research on the construction markets of 8 Eastern-European countries.