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01Oct92 UK: WORKLOAD IN CONCRETE REPAIR SECTOR HOLDS UP WELL.

Workload in the concrete repair sector is holding up strongly despite the recession, according to industry experts.But the growing number of firms looking for a slice of the action is forcing down prices to suicidally low levels and some fear the quality of work is suffering as a result.The reason for the comparative strength of the sector is simple: in the current economic climate, more structures are being patched up rather than demolished and replaced.'In parts of the country, particularly ..

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