Global Issues in Concrete Construction

Perspectives in South Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa offers great opportunities for suppliers involved in the concrete and construction industry. However, the market needs just as much promotion and development work and assistance. The participants at the first conference „Global Issues in Concrete Construction“ learned about this fact during the event held in Johannesburg this autumn, at the same time as the first edition of the trade fair Bauma Africa.

In about 20 presentations, scientists from Africa, Europe and the United States informed about the basic conditions in various African countries, the results of current...

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