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Construction spending continues to decline

Economic woes continue to affect the construction industry, as construction spending declined 8 percent in May, from the same time a year ago. This figure is surprising considering home building and stimulus funded public works increased from a year earlier, ...

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Food processing groups form strategic alliance

A new food alliance between two Northwest groups will provide needed strength and political power in today’s economy with state and federal lawmakers, alliance leaders said June 26. Northwest Poultry Council and the Northwest Food Processors Association formed an alliance ...

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Hoku Corp. given second financial infusion

Hoku Corporation, a clean energy products and services company, has completed a second credit agreement with a New York branch of the China Construction Bank. China Construction Bank, the second largest commercial bank by assets in China, has agreed to ...

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US Ecology awarded GE Hudson River disposal contract

US Ecology, Inc., a Boise-based hazardous waste disposal company, has been awarded a major contract to dispose of waste from the Hudson River at its facility near Grand View. US Ecology disposes of radioactive, hazardous, polychlorinated biphenyls, and non-hazardous industrial ...

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