Commercial projects often face the threat of closure.
But Cube is facing the threat that it might not be able to complete its commercial project by 2020.
A new report from the Commercial Projects Council shows that the Cube commercial initiative is currently on hold, as the company has not yet been able to get the approval from the Australian Government for its commercial construction project.
The council says that the delay is due to a number of factors, including the fact that the Government has not completed its own investigation into the Cube project and it is still looking for the right partner.
It also notes that it is “unclear” whether Cube’s commercial project will go ahead because of the uncertainty in Australia’s role as a member state of the EU, which has a jurisdiction over commercial projects.
The report says the delays in Cube’s work have left the company with only two partners, who will provide support for the project: the University of Sydney, who is contracted to build the Cube and the University College London, who was contracted to provide technical support.
In its submission to the council, Cube says it has been looking for a new partner to help with its commercial work, but is still unable to find one.
It says that it has already started negotiations with an Australian firm and that it will contact them if they have any information about potential partners.
We believe that there is a need for a third party to provide support to Cube, including technical support, which we are now in discussions with a third-party to secure.
Cube is not currently able to provide any technical assistance to the university, but it will provide further technical assistance in the future.
It says it is also concerned about the impact the delays have had on Cube’s ability to continue to deliver on its commercial projects in Australia.
The commercial projects council report says that there are currently about 80 Cube projects on hold due to delays in the Australian government’s regulatory process, including some projects from other universities.
In a statement to Business Insider, Cube said:We are still in discussions to find a third partner for Cube’s proposed commercial project.
We are committed to continuing to build Cube and to making our project in Australia a success.