The multiplication of exogenous shocks (health with COVID and its successive confinements, geopolitics with the Ukrainian conflict and its deleterious effects in terms of energy supply, climate with the drought this summer and its impact on agricultural production, etc.) has contributed in recent months to maintain significant pressure on production processes and to weigh on growth, while fueling inflation.
Selection of products
To read also
- A return to school between uncertainties, hope and concerns for the construction materials sector
- The French economy is bending but not breaking, according to the Banque de France
- After the spring rebound, French growth lacks “resilience”
- The real estate boom is coming to an end in France
- The construction industry enters into recession and anticipates the loss of 150.000 jobs by 2025
- Despite repeated warnings from developers, the government is letting the new housing market collapse
- White paint, a shield against heatwaves?
- Roof renovation proves its efficiency in the energy performance of individual houses