Construction spending slipped 1.2 percent in the eurozone, the 17 nations that share the euro as currency, and 0.3 percent in the 28-nation EU, the data agency said.
Fourteen of the 28 EU members, were not included in the report, as data was not available or confidential, the agency said.
Of the reporting states, the Czech Republic posted the highest gains with spending up 7.2 percent. The largest decline was posted by Spain with spending off 2.9 percent.
On an annual basis, construction spending rose in six member states, fell in seven and remained stable in Germany, Eurostat said.
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