In this edition
Japanese steelmaker admits to shipping products with doctored inspection certificates... US telescope project regains focus... Chinese firm agrees to build central business district of new capital in Egypt...
Scott Hazelton of IHS Global describes how the construction market in Russia is strangled by sanctions and its perception as a high-risk place to do business.
Thomas Allen reports on how the construction industry could benefit from the Chinese government’s efforts to achieve stable growth in the face of huge debt.
Katherine Weir speaks with manufacturers and contractors about the whole road construction process, from batching plants to milling.
Christian Shelton looks at how the continuing number of innovations in the crawler crane sector demonstrate just how popular this crane type is with end users.
EXCON INDIA GUIDE
CII is set to put on qutie a show with Excon 2017, bringing together thousands of exhibitors and visitors from around the world.
Thomas Allen reports on the scale of change that has been taking place in the field of surveying.
Mike Hayes looks at how incremental improvements in cab design are making a significant difference.
On its 45th anniversary, the Chinese construction equipment manufacturer sets its sights on Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The Chinese construction equipment market has seen a remarkable recovery this year and looks as though it is returning to health after a long and painful recession.