ROCKVILLE, Md., Aug. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Following several years when both public works and the building sector were severely depressed in France, prospects are at last improving. After 8 years of stagnation, 2016 was viewed as a year of transition, with public works activity increasing by 3.8% in the first 10 months of the year.
Construction activity is forecast to increase by a further 2.5% in 2017, buoyed up by a marginal increase in local authority spending, and the Grand Paris project, which will provide ample work for several years to come.
The tax incentive, known as the Macron Law, which successfully stimulated sales in 2016, will also continue to have a positive impact in 2017.
Key insights featured in Mini Excavators in France research report include:
- Construction activity
- Market shares/size and trends
- Domestic production
More information about the report is available at https://www.marketresearch.com/Off-Highway-Research-v4099/Mini-Excavators-France-Equipment-10960586/
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