Coal crusher refresh technic as housing rises up

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New data from the European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC) show the region's construction output grew 1.4% last year to €1208 billion. However, it said that despite this tentative recovery, employment in the industry fell 3.5%.
FIEC vice-president Jacques Huillard said, "Our sector benefitted from the improvement in the general economic climate seen throughout 2010 and right up until 2011. So, after three years of decline, we could finally see a tentative recovery. However, this overall figure covers dramatic differences between the countries most severely hit by the financial and economic crises and those less severely hit."
According to FIEC, it was new house building activity that drove growth in 2011, with the sector seeing a 4.4% increase on 2010 levels. Repair and maintenance (R&M) activity across the construction industry also improved, with a 1.5% rise.
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Mr Huillard added, "During the most difficult times, it was mainly the civil engineering, public non-residential and R&M segments which kept business going, partly as a result of the recovery plans implemented in the various Member States. In 2011, on the other hand, stronger growth was to be found in the new residential and private non-residential sectors."

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