The construction output gained 2.5 percent in Romania on Q3 2011, compared to the previous quarter, according to data from Eurostat. The EU 27 average change was 1.5 percent in the same period.
Statistical data also show data Romania gained 1.3 percent in output in September compared to the previous month. In the same period, the output dropped by an average 1 percent in the EU 27.
Romania’s building output gained 7.4 percent on Q3 compared to the similar period of 2010, while the increase recorded on September 2011 versus September 2010 is 2.8 percent. The average values in the EU 27 are 1.6 percent, respectively 0.6 percent.
The largest monthly decreases were registered in France – 5.8 percent, Portugal – 5.1 percent and the United Kingdom – 2.3 percent, while the highest increases were recorded in Slovenia – 7.8 percent, Poland – 4.1 percent and Slovakia – 3.9 percent.
The highest annual increases were registered in Poland – 17.1 percent, Sweden 6.3 percent and the Netherlands – 5.2 percent, while the largest decreases were recorded in Slovenia – 17.0 percent, Bulgaria -11.5 percent and Portugal – 10.0 percent.