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Theme: Bussines Tendencies


Estimation of the managers of the business entities from the construction sector about the business situation in the third quarter of 2010

15.11.2010


According to the data from the State Statistical Office, the managers of the business entities assessed that the business situation in the third quarter of 2010 is less satisfactory compared to the previous one, as well as compared to the same quarter of the previous year. The assessment of the financial situation of their business entities is that it is less satisfactory compared to the second quarter of 2010, as well as compared to the same quarter of the previous year.

The expectations for the number of employees for the next period are that it will decrease, and the assessment of the present orders is considered more satisfactory compared to the previous quarter. The quantity and quality of the business entities' mechanization and equipment are unsatisfactory and below the normal level, but there is a tendency toward improvement.

The selling prices are expected to increase, but a decrease in the total orders (contracts) is expected in the next period. The factors that had the greatest influence on limiting the improvement of the present construction activity were: increased material expenditures with 16.1%, low demand with 15.3%, increased financial expenditures (interests) with 14.4% and shortage of equipment with 12.4%.





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