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  • Rehabilitation, the key to the future of construction

    The construction sector has been one of the sectors which has suffered the least negative effects from the pandemc. Even so, companies, institutions and associations of the sector show some concern about the economic recession that may come from the health crisis. The Government has designated a sum of money from the General State Budget to alleviate the effects of the crisis that the pandemic may generate in the sector in 2021

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  • The consumption of cement fell in 2020 and will maintain stable in 2021

    The crisis of the coronavirus has provoked a decrease in the economy although the construction sector forecasts, in its most optimistic estimations, that in 2021 this decrease will stop and consumption of materials will remain stable.

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  • Materials against the coronavirus

    Paint, plaster and cardboard are some of the materials that are able to purify the air and eliminate the virus and the bacteria in the atmosphere. Coronavirus has helped these types of materials gain prominence as never before

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  • New construction in Catalonia is affected by the pandemic.

    New construction is feeling the effects of the pandemic. The uncertain economic situation it has generated has made banks become more reticent to offering loans for new construction, which has provoked a building paralysis by construction companies: Immediate help is needed in order to stop this tendency in 2021

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  • The construction sector wants to modernize itself thanks to the European Recovery Fund

    Organizations from the construction sector point out that the injection of capital coming from the European Recovery Fund could be a great opportunity to correct infrastructure deficits and help advance in the energetic transition in order to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set by the United Nations.

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