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From the Editor's Desk - 11 Oct 2018
Playing political football with major infrastructure projects is a dangerous game. Explore project economies for sure, but terminating contracts already progressing undermines client credibility, disrupts all the efforts invested to date and brings economic uncertainty to the associated jobs of so many.
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