Infrastructure

Southbase makes shareholder support public

Jenny Ruth
Mon, 27 May 2019

By Jenny Ruth May 27 (BusinessDesk) - It’s no secret the construction industry is troubled, despite the ongoing boom. Building owners, often the government in one shape or form, have shifted more risk onto construction companies, turning already razor-thin profit margins into losses. The list of construction companies that have failed is lengthening: Arrow International went into receivership in late February following the collapses last year of Ebert and Orange-H, the part of the Hawkins business Australian purchaser Downer didn't want....

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