In the euro area, construction volumes increased in June this year by 0.2% compared to May, when their growth was 0.3%, according to the data of Eurostat. Compared to June last year, the indicator grew by 2.6%. The volume of construction in the 28 countries of the European Union increased in June by 0.6% after rising by 1.2% in the previous month. In annual terms, the growth rate was 2.7%. The most significant growth relative to May was recorded in Hungary - by 7.2%, and in Slovakia - by 4.5%. The decrease was recorded in Slovenia - by 5%, and in Germany - by 3.2%.
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