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Darragh McCullough: Why I refused to lower my prices again, even if it meant being dumped by a supermarket

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We are reconcreting for the second time in the last 12 months.

Since then, concrete has increased by 10 percent, labor costs for pouring and leveling have increased by 20 percent, and the steel we use for reinforcement has increased by almost 50 percent.

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