According to United Kingdom 1xbet according to the latest data, July United Kingdom infrastructure contract value fell to 20%, down 23%.
This new Government stressed. New Prime Ministers want to use the new highways, railways energy and flood defense project and the project pull United Kingdom infrastructure investment, but the Government postponed at the beginning of £ 18 billion of capital participation in construction of Hinkley point nuclear power station project, has no small blow to investor confidence.
United Kingdom before the Central Bank’s monetary policy Committee, the London School of economics professor Goodhart (CharlesGoodhart) that the United Kingdom Government should force in our infrastructure, but it is not enough to stop United Kingdom 1-2 years of economic decline, “relying on infrastructure is not only practical, projects often have lag. “
Not only infrastructure contracts fell in the area of private housing construction, United Kingdom also fell for the 7% of the contract amount, development and construction 2000 units per cent less. United Kingdom industry data provided by statistics Chief Economist at consulting firm BarbourABI MichaelDall said the public-private partnership are delaying projects because United Kingdom uncertainty arising from the exit.
At the beginning of, in the United Kingdom after exit restore the infrastructure as United Kingdom economy a top priority, and United Kingdom finance provides support for new projects, new issue of infrastructure bonds. However, with the introduction of new data, the industry fears again, arrival delayed Hinkley point nuclear power station construction delays on the project and the construction of the new airport in London does not make the Government work for being too slow, will the United Kingdom infrastructure industry dealt a further blow.
1xbet зepкaлo data based on the British side, United Kingdom public sector net investment in 2009 from 515 billion pounds (about United Kingdom GDP 3.4%), reduced to £ 332 billion (about United Kingdom GDP 1.8%). United Kingdom Government predicts that if decisive action is not taken, by 2020, the investment is expected to fall further.