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Construction prices rose by 4.9% in April 2022

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24.06.2022 – The construction output price index recorded a rise of 4.9% between October 2021 and April 2022, reaching 109.2 points (October 2020 = 100). This result reflects an increase in building and civil engineering prices. Year on year, construction prices increased by 7.7%. These are some of the findings of the Federal Statistical Office (FSO). Development of the construction price index in Switzerland - Click to enlarge Download press release: Construction prices rose by 4.9% in April 2022 [embedded content] You Might Also Like Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in May 2022: +6.9 percent YoY, +0.9 percent MoM 2022-06-15 The Producer and Import Price Index rose in

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24.06.2022 – The construction output price index recorded a rise of 4.9% between October 2021 and April 2022, reaching 109.2 points (October 2020 = 100). This result reflects an increase in building and civil engineering prices. Year on year, construction prices increased by 7.7%. These are some of the findings of the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

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Construction prices rose by 4.9% in April 2022

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