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Competitive edge

Opening Saudi markets for contractors should bring benefits for all


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Flash in the pan

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Reasons to be cheerful

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Piling on the work

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Playing catch-up

Playing catch-up

Arbitrarily adding manpower can only harm projects    1 Comments
 
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