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UK gov invests £100m in Sizewell C nuclear project
EDF secures funding commitment to continue developing the Sizewell C project in Suffolk
FIEC highlights distortive foreign subsidies
EC proposal for regulation on foreign subsidies ‘will impact construction’
New CECE presidency announced
Niklas Nillroth, CECE president for the last two years, hands over the baton
UK to boost construction exports to Africa
Government launches Growth Gateway tool to strengthen UK and African business relationships
PCA forecasts strong year for construction
The Portland Cement Association said the IIJA bill will provide up to $1.2 trillion for infrastructure projects over the coming years
London mayor calls for construction worker visa
Sadiq Khan says Gov must introduce temporary visa system to avoid impending crisis
Transport regs tighten in Europe
Regulations for abnormal load transports are tightening in Germany, France and Belgium, reports transport and crane association ESTA
EU moves to name nuclear a ‘green’ energy source
Nuclear and gas energy projects could benefit from sustainable financing under proposal
Supreme Court blocks vaccine mandate
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay of the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandate for businesses of more than 100 employees. 
Does engineering design matter for Asia’s future infrastructure investments?
Asia’s future infrastructure is facing increasing scrutiny of its sustainability, constructability, bankability, and resilience
OSHA extends comment period for Heat Injury Standard
OSHA has extended the period for submitting comments on the Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) for Heat Injury and Illness Prevention in Outdoor and Indoor Work Settings
What were Europe’s top 10 construction stories in 2021?
CE looks back at some of the biggest and best stories from a challenging year
Russia and Serbia to build nuclear science facility
‘Historic’ agreement will see new centre develop radioactive isotopes for use in medicine and industry
EU set to loosen its Belt
Bloc’s Global Gateway plan to invest €300bn in global infrastructure projects
Chinese Government takes over Evergrande stadium
Developer’s ongoing debt crisis to see unfinished Guangzhou Evergrande Football Stadium sold
Construction’s first universal standard for reporting emissions
International coalition establishes new method of accounting for carbon emissions 
Russia to build €2bn deep-sea port
Baltic transshipment complex will handle 64 million tonnes of cargo a year and help Russia increase exports 
Ghana awards US$80m water plant contract
Strabag selected to build water treatment facility for the city of Sekondi-Takoradi
Swedish cement crisis averted
Government grants Cementa permission to continue limestone mining for another year
United awarded for work with veterans
United Rentals received multiple awards for its hiring, retention and professional development of veterans
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