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Over 240 'alleged' cases are being looked into where companies have worked to over-inflate prices during tender processes.


They are in both the private and public sector and include building contracts for schools, universities and hospitals :o

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Is it not like that over the whole comtract industry, any work done in a public sector building is charged at a vastly inflated price. A contractor told me he had to charge it at that rate because he would not get paid for 90 days and three requests;if he was lucky. Also he had to carry a ?1m insurance which was not needed on private jobs.

No doubt that on these big PFI projects there needs to be a lot of discussion and meetings, and a warmer climate makes for a better working atmosphere.

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