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Forty per cent of architects are against the World Trade Center being rebuilt, says a report by Eden Brown consultants. It also shows that nine out of 10 architects believe skyscrapers should continue to be built despite the 11 September attacks. The report also revealed that 59 per cent of architects believed the profession faced a downturn, although 42 per cent said they had work that would last at least 12 months.

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