Building a basis for success

Prior, Grant
May 2009
Contract Journal;5/20/2009, Vol. 447 Issue 6723, p19
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of experts concerning the impact of a change in political party in Great Britain on public spending. According to Mark Williams, construction companies have to face the downturn head-on following change in political party. Peter Stone predicts cuts in public spending following political change.


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