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|Thursday, January 21, 2010|
An annual survey by the Associated General Contractors of America shows companies are expecting a sharp downhill trend in 2010, with no rebound until next year.
Adding to the bleak outlook: One in 10 respondents said they were submitting bids so low that they were in danger of losing money on their projects.
Read the full story at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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