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|Tuesday, May 18, 2010|
Commercial building is looking up, according to developers and builders in Southern Oregon.
After a "dismal" end to 2009, new remodeling projects in shopping centers bring investments from big chains such as Fred Meyer and Best Buy.
Read the whole story at the Mail Tribune.
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