Experts Question Claims of Global Glass Shortage

Recently, The Wall Street Journal reported a commercial glass shortage, specifically for curtain wall, the non-structural, metal-framed glass that covers the exterior of many high-rises and other commercial buildings.

According to The Journal, the shortage is driving construction costs up and has the potential to stall projects all over the country.So is there really a true glass shortage? Or can the tight supply be chalked up to the cyclical ups and downs of the construction industry?

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600450 Experts Question Claims of Global Glass Shortage
Date: 14 October 2015

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