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MSI Report: Civil Engineering in France, August 1999 - [Fee-based]. £375.25. Report from MSI about the civil engineering industry in France. The French market for civil engineering recorded modest 1% growth in 1998, amounting to FF135.8 billion (ECU20.6 billion), following a 2% increase in the previous year. This two years of growth contrasted with the decline of the market in 1995 and in 1996. During the review period a major project that generated demand for the civil engineering work in France has been the building of the Mediterranean high speed railway line.

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Solid Wood Products Annual - Report about wood and wood products in France from the US Department of Agriculture. January 2001. PDF.

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