Settlement near in £1.9m Abu Dhabi dispute

May 2013
Building Design;5/3/2013, Issue 2059, p3
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the settlement of the payment dispute between Austin-Smith Lord (ASL), and Adach, regarding the payment for the work did by ASL in the Gulf state.


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