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05 October. 2016 Construction Still Set to Struggle, Despite the Looser Fiscal Stance

By Samuel Tombs

Promises of new money to facilitate construction on public sector land from the Chancellor and the pick-up in the construction PMI have fostered optimism that the sector's downturn is over.

Posted: 4th Oct 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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