INS: Romanian Construction Works Surge 53.7% On The Month In February 2024

INS: Romanian Construction Works Surge 53.7% On The Month In February 2024

04.19.2024

In February 2024, the volume of construction works increased, in unadjusted data, by 53.7% compared to January 2024 and was up 17.5% when adjusted to the number of working days and to seasonality, data from the country’s statistics board INS showed on Thursday (April 18).

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