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The Building Professions and Productivity

Mr. Bowen, in opening the proceedings, recalled that National Productivity Year began in November. Of its aims, the one which many people regarded as of paramount importance was to explore possible means of, and draw attention to the need for, raising efficiency in all industries. Whether or not Britain joined the European Common Market, she must expect to face fierce international competition in all spheres of activity.