Column: Effects of credit crunch linger for construction:

10/15/2009 | Reed/ACP Construction Data

The construction industry has not recovered from the September 2008 credit crunch, writes Jim Haughey. He notes that the credit supply remains "inadequate" and will become more strained as the economy improves. Increasing demand for credit could lead to higher interest rates and stricter lending standards, Haughey writes.

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