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construction insight 21 Jan 2021

Brexit: Top Ten Issues for the Construction Sector

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For parties to construction contracts Brexit means there are both known and unknown risks ahead that will need to be allocated. Some risks have been on the table for a few years, such as who bears the risk of delay of goods and materials at ports, labour shortages, and, additional customs duties. However, as this update highlights, there are also risks that are only becoming apparent now.

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