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Heavy provisions to cover bad debts, stock write-offs, redundancies and other one-off charges kept London hirer Westminster Scaffolding in the red.The company unveiled losses of £4.23 million for the 14 months to last December after it made provisions of £2.61 million against what it described as 'non-recurring' items. In the year to October 1992 the firm lost £2.5 million.Chairman Michael Pelham said there were signs of greater activity in UK construction but these had ...

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