International Construction May 2017 podcast

11 May 2017

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In the May 2017 podcast from International Construction, editor Mike Hayes and deputy editor Thomas Allen summarise the major news stories from the latest edition. This month, Japanese firm Toshiba made the headlines, releasing unaudited results and reporting a dramatic loss between April and December 2016, of around US$4.8 billion.

In the UK, the government has been forced to cancel a US$8 billion contract for the decommissioning of 12 redundant nuclear reactors.

In other news, renowned beer maker San Miguel announced plans to undertake construction projects in the Philippines, to the tune of US$34 billion.


The podcast is presented by International Construction’s editor Mike Hayes and deputy editor Thomas Allen.


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