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Brits edge closer to getting deal on US qualifications

A glimmer of hope has emerged in the deadlocked negotiations between the USA and the European Union over the reciprocal recognition of architects'professional qualifications. RIBA vice-president John Wright told the institute's ruling council last week that informal discussions with the incoming president of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), the US equivalent of the ARB, had been 'sympathetic'and offered greater hope than the 'aggressive' talks which ...

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