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Construction Industry Pessimistic 

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Demand in the construction industry has decreased over the past year, according to the research conducted at the Construma trade fair held between March 29 and April 2 on behalf of the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BKIK), writes profitline.hu.

During the survey, exhibiting companies and exhibition visitors were also asked about their experiences with the industry.

Overall, the representatives of the companies exhibiting at this year's Construma trade fair are more pessimistic about the situation in the construction market.

Although nearly one-third expect improvement or stagnation in the industry and their own company, another 44% believe the status of the sector and their company will deteriorate in the next year.

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