BDP chief blames big PFI losses for profits slump
BDP chairman Richard Saxon has branded large PFI contracts 'dangerous beasts' after his practice's failure to win three major projects helped trigger a fall in its pre-tax profits from £1.14 million in 1999 to £525,000 in 2000.
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