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Commercial Real Estate Implications of the Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

2018-07-12 18:27:32| National Real Estate Investor

The most important thing developers and contractors can do to minimize risk is to include clear contractual roadmaps for addressing eventualities such as price increases on raw materials.

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