UK construction must be able to "innovate on a massive scale" if it is to successfully deliver on the country's infrastructure ambitions, according to a new report.
Improving productivity and transport links in northern England will be "right at the top of" the government's agenda ahead of the budget this autumn, the chancellor has said.
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ANALYSIS: Lawyers involved in international construction are familiar with an armoury of schemes for avoiding and resolving disputes, including dispute avoidance boards, resolution boards, international arbitration, and others. But does saying "sorry" have...
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