Emerging-Market Multinationals

8 ways the construction industry can rebuild itself for the 21st century

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Construction, an industry with thousands of years of tradition, has a modern PR problem Image: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

Santiago Castagnino
Partner & Managing Director, Madrid, The Boston Consulting Group
Michael Buehler
Head of Infrastructure & Urban Development, World Economic Forum
Ibrahim S Odeh
Founding director, Global Leaders in Construction Management, Columbia University
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