Key features of alliancing

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Since alliancing is characterised by the collective assumption of risks, alliancing contracts usually adopt a carrot and stick approach to cost savings and overruns which ensures that all alliance members have a shared interest in the overall success of the project. The better the parties perform, the greater their chance...

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