Romania had the biggest growth in construction work among all the European Union member states in December 2015 compared to the previous month.
The country’s construction sector had an advance of 5.8 percent, according to EU’s statistical office Eurostat.
At the European Union level, the construction work declined by 0.1 percent in December compared to the previous month whereas in the Eurozone, the constructions dropped by 0.6 percent. Slovenia recorded the biggest drop, namely -12.5 percent, followed by France, with -1.6 percent and Holland, with -0.9 percent.
Romania also ranks among the member states with the highest annual growth in construction work in December 2015, with 13.9 percent. It was surpassed by Slovakia (24. percent) and Sweden (15.2 percent).