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Eurozone Documents | 21 August 2017 Construction is Propelling the Eurozone Economy in 2017
The construction sector remains a stand-out performer in the Eurozone economy, despite stumbling at the end of Q2.

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21 August 2017 Construction is Propelling the Eurozone Economy in 2017

By Claus Vistesen

The construction sector remains a stand-out performer in the Eurozone economy, despite stumbling at the end of Q2.

Posted: 18th Aug 2017 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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