Croatia's construction output up in June
Croatia's construction output grew by 11.3% year-on-year in June, following a 15.9% annual increase in the previous month, the Croatian Bureau of Statistics (Crostat) said on Thursday, citing preliminary working-day adjusted data.
June was the 13th consecutive month to see the rise in the volume of construction work on an annual level.
Year-on-year, the volume of construction work to buildings increased by 11.6% and the volume of construction work to other structures grew by 10.8%.
On a seasonally- and working day-adjusted monthly comparison basis, construction output rose 2.1% in June after dipping by 0.1% in May.
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