July-August International Construction now online

By Chris Sleight13 July 2012

The July-August edition of International Construction is now available to download from www.khl.com/subscriptions/free-digital/. As well as being available as a .pdf file that you can download and keep, the issue comes in an on-line format that offers more functions.

Benefits include smooth, page-turning technology for a better quality read, an easier download process, and a seamless search function. There is also a clipping service tool, which allows you to highlight an article and e-mail it to someone.

NEWS: The World Bank cancels its US$ 1.2 billion loan to the Padma Bridge due to corruption concerns

BUSINESS NEWS: Fiat Industrial announces plans to merge with subsidiary CNH.

50th ANNIVERSARY: The sixth instalment of International Construction's 50th Birthday celebrations looks back at the 1980s.

KHL.COM: Go online to read sister publication, American Cranes & Transport's exclusive interview with exonerated US crane rental fleet owner, James Lomma.

NEWS REPORT - GLOBAL TOP 200 CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES: China once again boasts the biggest contractors in the world, but there are signs their meteoric rise may be slowing.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: The Middle East

REGIONAL REPORT: The Middle East

FEATURE: Quarrying

FEATURE: Mixing technology

FEATURE: The Yellow Book

ASSOCIATIONS: SOBRATEMA looks at construction opportunities in Brazil

EQUIPMENT: The latest news from JCB, Manitou and Volvo.

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