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No dispute : strategies for improvement in the Australian building and construction industry : report / by NPWC/NBCC Joint Working Party
Bib ID 1827786
Format BookBook
Author
NPWC/NBCC Joint Working Party
 
Description Dickson, A.C.T. : National Public Works Conference, c1990 
xix, 243 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646000055 (paperback)
Full contents Includes index. 
Notes

"May 1990"

Includes index.

Cat. no. 90 09495

90/20813

Subjects Construction industry -- Industrial relations -- Australia.  |  Communication in the building industry.  |  Construction contracts -- Australia.  |  Construction industry -- Australia -- Management.  |  Construction industry -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors National Public Works Conference (Australia)  |  National Building and Construction Council (Australia)

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