Regional construction on hold says gloomy report

| 09/01/2012

bulldozer.jpg(CNS Business): Half poured concrete columns, rusting rebar and the slow reclamation of building sites by indigenous flora are a constant reminder of how the Caribbean has been impacted by world events over the past three or so years, according to a gloomy assessment by BCQS International, a property and development consultancy in the Caribbean and Latin America. Of the jurisdictions assessed, Turks and Caicos has the highest construction costs with Barbados and the Cayman Islands not far behind, BCQS found but predicts an overall decrease in costs up to 2015 as the market adjusts itself.  Read more on CNS Business

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