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103 construction companies fined by the Office of Fair Trading
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thier noses firmly in the trough again (oink, oink)
course, construction used this practice to increse thier profits rather than win work ... perhapes not a bad idea after all...

the base-line appears to be whether Value For Money was delivered by the construction companies ... if that could be demonstrated for archaeology (eg graduate workforce/skilled technicians, public interaction, peer reviewed results) then perhapes there would be no problem...?
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