Anticipated value of construction works in Serbia jumps 143.5% y/y in Jan.

By bne IntelliNews March 20, 2012
The anticipated value of agreed construction works in Serbia jumped 143.5% on the year in January after plunging an annual 68.4% a month earlier, the statistics office said in a statement without providing figures. On a monthly basis, the January index fell 23.3% after declining 22.8% in December. The number of issued building permits in the country rose 5% on the year but dropped by 43.8% on the month in January to 358. The issued permits envisage the construction of 533 apartments (up 32.3% y/y) of an average 61.4 square metres. A total of 663 building permits were issued in December, up by an annual 34.4% but down by a monthly 3.4%. Permits for construction of buildings accounted for 73.7% of January's total, while permits for other types of buildings accounted for the remaining 26.3%.
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