International Construction January-February 2013 podcast

By Chris Sleight14 February 2013

In this month's podcast, iC Editor Chris Sleight and deputy editor Helen Wright discuss key stories from the January-February 2013 edition.

In news, former mayor of New Orleans, Ray Nagin has been charged with corruption and fraud in connection with construction contracts awarded in the city. These included reconstruction work in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, in 2005.

The dissolution of the 10-year joint venture on excavators between CNH and Kobelco is our main news story this month, and we discuss the implications for both companies.

Also included in this month’s podcasts is a look at two of this month's features, looking at the Chinese construction market as well as the compact equipment sector.

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