Chivers, Greg
August 2003
Brand Strategy;Aug2003, Issue 174, p36
Trade Publication
Assesses the level of consumption in different places in Great Britain. Factors affecting the sales of various shopping malls; Affordability on the prices of several products; Awareness on the demands of the consumers.


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