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International Construction Magazine November 2018 Back Issue

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WORLD NEWS
Construction market to hit US$13 trillion; world’s first fully recycled road; global cement demand to decline; contractor for Africa’s tallest building; backing increases for construction technology start-ups.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
The outlook in Russia is looking marginally better but, writes Scott Hazelton from IHS Global, much depends on the funding for the 2018 national programme.

REGIONAL REPORT
Following its recent remarkable surge in construction equipment sales and the continued backing for the One Belt, One Road scheme, Andy Brown finds that, while some issues remain, China will likely remain
the driving force of the construction industry.

EARTHMOVING
Andy Brown takes a look at the specific equipment used in one of the industry’s most important sectors.

SHOW GUIDE: BAUMA CHINA
A comprehensive look at the major firms exhibiting at the event and what new equipment and technology will be on show.

SHOW GUIDE: BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA
Taking place in December, International Construction shines a light on what to expect from the last major construction show of the year.

BREAKERS
Looking at this important attachment type, Neil Ford discovers how manufacturers are striving to make them more durable than ever before.

TOP TEN PROJECTS
There are some jaw-dropping projects in the construction industry. Thomas Allen examines ten of the biggest, costliest and most innovative
currently ongoing.

OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH
A focus on construction equipment sales in China and what the future may hold for this key country.
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November 2018 WORLD NEWS Construction market to hit US$13 trillion; world’s first fully recycled road; global cement demand to decline; contractor for Africa’s tallest building; backing increases for construction technology start-ups. ECONOMIC OUTLOOK The outlook in Russia is looking marginally better but, writes Scott Hazelton from IHS Global, much depends on the funding for the 2018 national programme. REGIONAL REPORT Following its recent remarkable surge in construction equipment sales and the continued backing for the One Belt, One Road scheme, Andy Brown finds that, while some issues remain, China will likely remain the driving force of the construction industry. EARTHMOVING Andy Brown takes a look at the specific equipment used in one of the industry’s most important sectors. SHOW GUIDE: BAUMA CHINA A comprehensive look at the major firms exhibiting at the event and what new equipment and technology will be on show. SHOW GUIDE: BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA Taking place in December, International Construction shines a light on what to expect from the last major construction show of the year. BREAKERS Looking at this important attachment type, Neil Ford discovers how manufacturers are striving to make them more durable than ever before. TOP TEN PROJECTS There are some jaw-dropping projects in the construction industry. Thomas Allen examines ten of the biggest, costliest and most innovative currently ongoing. OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH A focus on construction equipment sales in China and what the future may hold for this key country.


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WORLD NEWS
Construction market to hit US$13 trillion; world’s first fully recycled road; global cement demand to decline; contractor for Africa’s tallest building; backing increases for construction technology start-ups.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
The outlook in Russia is looking marginally better but, writes Scott Hazelton from IHS Global, much depends on the funding for the 2018 national programme.

REGIONAL REPORT
Following its recent remarkable surge in construction equipment sales and the continued backing for the One Belt, One Road scheme, Andy Brown finds that, while some issues remain, China will likely remain
the driving force of the construction industry.

EARTHMOVING
Andy Brown takes a look at the specific equipment used in one of the industry’s most important sectors.

SHOW GUIDE: BAUMA CHINA
A comprehensive look at the major firms exhibiting at the event and what new equipment and technology will be on show.

SHOW GUIDE: BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA
Taking place in December, International Construction shines a light on what to expect from the last major construction show of the year.

BREAKERS
Looking at this important attachment type, Neil Ford discovers how manufacturers are striving to make them more durable than ever before.

TOP TEN PROJECTS
There are some jaw-dropping projects in the construction industry. Thomas Allen examines ten of the biggest, costliest and most innovative
currently ongoing.

OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH
A focus on construction equipment sales in China and what the future may hold for this key country.
read more read less
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