Renovation – the key to post Covid recovery?

By FIEC10 February 2021

Last year, during the first few weeks of the Covid crisis, we were talking mainly about the widespread stoppage, caused by the sudden onset of lockdown, which created safety issues that needed solving and labour shortages caused by both the return of some workers to their home countries and the need to quarantine for other workers. As the first wave started to subside, the central theme of discussions moved to the recovery of the industry.

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