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collapsed 37.2% annually in April

collapsed 37.2% annually in April

In 2024 it accumulates a red of 32%, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses. In the seasonally adjusted series it showed an increase of 1.7% compared to March.

The Construction suffered a collapse of 37.2% year-on-year in April and So far in 2024, there has been a 32% drop compared to the same period in 2023as reported this Tuesday by the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC).

Besides, in the seasonally adjusted series it showed an increase of 1.7%. This is the first increase since July 2023, when it advanced 0.5% in that same series. Meanwhile, the trend-cycle series index registers a negative variation of 4.5% compared to the previous month.

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Construction supplies fell up to 60%

The data on the apparent consumption of supplies For the construction in April 2024 show, in relation to the same month of the previous year, collapses in 60.6% on asphalt; 57.5% in round iron and steel for construction; 54.4% in granitic and calcareous mosaics; 49.6% in plasterboard; 48.1% in ceramic sanitary ware; 46.8% in manufactured concrete and 42.1% on ceramic floors and coverings.

Portland cement also fell 35.7%; 33.6% in plaster; 32.9% in hollow bricks; 28.0% in limes; 21.6% in the rest of the inputs (includes faucets, seamless steel tubes and glass for construction); and 14.1% in construction paints.

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Construction: jobs fell 15%

As a complement to the ISAC data, the INDEC publishes information on registered jobs in the private sector, which in March 2024 fell 15.7% compared to the same month of the previous year. In the accumulated January-March 2024, this indicator showed a decrease of 13% compared to the same period in 2023.

Source: Ambito

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