* U.S. nonresidential construction seen down 2 pct in 2011 * 2012's 5 pct rebound seen led by hotels, retail * Rising borrowing and energy costs a worry NEW YORK, Jan 26 (Reuters) - U.S. nonresidential construction activity will decline this year but recover in 2012, led by hotel and retail sectors, according to a twice-yearly forecast by an architects' trade group. Overall nonresidential construction spending is expected to fall by 2 percent this year before rising by 5 percent in ...
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