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January 2007
BRW;1/11/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p45
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The article focuses on the issues concerning the developments in residential and non-residential construction industry in Australia. According to Rachel Kelloway, national research manager for construction consultancy Davis Langdon, the country's non-residential building approvals in 2006 has showed plenty of construction work in the pipeline for 2007. She has added that the non-residential approvals increased by 15 percent in 2006 in contrast to residential approvals, which remained flat.


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