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293. Federal incentives now encourage investing capital in commercial office buildings despite vacancy rates in existing structures that are exceptionally high and no demand for new construction.

(A) investing capital in commercial office buildings despite vacancy rates in existing structures that are exceptionally high and
(B) capital investment in commercial office buildings, even though vacancy rates in existing structures are exceptionally high and there is
(C) capital to be invested in commercial office buildings even though there are exceptionally high vacancy rates in existing structures with
(D) investing capital in commercial office buildings even though the vacancy rates are exceptionally high in existing structures with
(E) capital investment in commercial office buildings despite vacancy rates in existing structures that are exceptionally high, and although there is
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Re: 1000 SC #293 [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2006, 21:05
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'capital investment' is better than 'investing capital' so A, D are out

E has an awkward structure with 'although there is'

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 [#permalink] New post 01 Mar 2006, 00:08
encourage "NOUN"

capitol investment fits better than investing capitol

so B and E.. E is quite awkward so B
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