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EU priorities set

PRIORITIES FOR improving the competitiveness of the European Union's construction industry were agreed in Brussels at the weekend.

The list included tackling abnormally low tenders, benchmarking, information technology and quality assurance. Priorities were set at the EU-backed seminar on the competitiveness of the construction industry, which was held in Brussels for construction representatives from across Europe.

Results will be presented in a report to the EU Council of Ministers in November.

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