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Jeremy Thorpe

Australia would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just one per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.

In the report ‘Reconstructing productivity,’ PwC said while the construction sector made a significant contribution to the national economy – $99.5 billion in gross value add in fiscal 2012 – the sector is a serial productivity underperformer.

Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread.

“Australia’s economy stands to benefit by $1.25 billion from even the smallest productivity improvement in the construction industry,” he said, adding that “if I lost 1% of my weight I would be down to 5’7 112kgs”.

Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread. – See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf
Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread. – See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf

AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.

In the report Reconstructing Productivity, PwC said while the construction sector made a significant contribution to the national economy – $99.5 billion in gross value add in fiscal 2012 – the sector is a serial productivity underperformer.

Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread.

– See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf

AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.

In the report Reconstructing Productivity, PwC said while the construction sector made a significant contribution to the national economy – $99.5 billion in gross value add in fiscal 2012 – the sector is a serial productivity underperformer.

Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread.

– See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf

AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.

In the report Reconstructing Productivity, PwC said while the construction sector made a significant contribution to the national economy – $99.5 billion in gross value add in fiscal 2012 – the sector is a serial productivity underperformer.

Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread.

– See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf

AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.

In the report Reconstructing Productivity, PwC said while the construction sector made a significant contribution to the national economy – $99.5 billion in gross value add in fiscal 2012 – the sector is a serial productivity underperformer.

Economist and PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the benefits of a pick-up in productivity in the construction sector would be widespread.

– See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf

AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report. – See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf
AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report. – See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf
AUSTRALIA would benefit to the tune of $1.252 billion if the construction sector improved its productivity by just 1 per cent, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report. – See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/construction-industry-is-serial-underperformer-on-productivity-pwc/story-e6frg926-1226741041000#sthash.Yq0NL7yB.dpuf
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