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ABOUT THE ICA

The Insulation Contractors Association of New York City, Inc. (ICA) is the leading management association representing commercial and industrial insulation contractors. The Association represents our members for the purpose of bargaining collectively with labor organizations including the Heat & Frost Insulators Allied Workers Local 12 of New York City.

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Playing by the Rules: How the Construction Industry Is Navigating Government Regulations

PRESENTED BY: BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION

The Commercial Observer recently hosted Lou Coletti, President and CEO of the Building Trades Employers’ Association (BTEA), and Denise Richardson, Executive Director of the General Contractors Association of Greater New York, for a discussion about the effect of government regulations on construction projects in New York City. Here is an overview of that discussion.

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Industry News

China central bank's record $83 billion injection heightens worries over ailing economy

China's central bank injected a record $83 billion into the country's financial system on Wednesday, seeking to avoid a cash crunch that would put further pressure on the weakening economy.
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China must prepare for economic difficulties in 2019: premier

China must prepare for difficulties this year as the economy faces increasing pressure, state radio on Wednesday quoted Premier Li Keqiang as saying.
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China posts scant rise in outbound investment in 2018 amid outflow curbs

China's overseas investment rose only marginally in 2018 as the yuan weakened and regulators cracked down on deals that were suspected to be skirting controls on moving money out of the country.
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