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Singapore sand ruling could send construction costs soaring, warns expert

FOCUS: Construction companies in Singapore could face rising costs and the collapse of sub-contractor agreements after a supplier was allowed to back out of a contract because of the unavailability of Indonesian sand. 18 Jul 2014

Large firms will be required to publish details of their payment terms, UK government announces

Bigger businesses will be required to publish details of their payment terms for suppliers as part of a package of measures to cut down on late payments, the UK government has announced. 02 Jun 2014

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Global infrastructure debt "more stable" on average than other corporate debt, says ratings agency

The credit ratings of global infrastructure projects have been consistently more stable than the ratings of non-financial corporate debt over the past 20 years, according to international ratings agency Moody's. 15 May 2014

Agreement to help UK companies win work at Tokyo Olympics could be worth millions, says government

A cooperation agreement between the UK and Japan pledging "close collaboration" between the two countries on the planning of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and 2019 Rugby World Cup could be worth millions of pounds to UK companies throughout the supply chain, the... 06 May 2014

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