India's exacting clients can be 'ruthless' warn UK architects
As architects’ eye a goldmine of opportunities in India, practices already working on the sub continent describe the ‘unbelievable’ scrutiny of clients who demand quality and ‘will pay for it too’, writes Greg Pitcher
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