When the post doesn't come

November 2003
Cabinet Maker;11/7/2003, Issue 5363, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the effects of the unofficial strikes of the Royal Mail Inc. staff on the furniture industry and trade in Great Britain. Impact of the failure of freightage on furniture bargain; Diverse effects of cheques not received by the company on its cashflows; Comments of John Walker, policy chairman of FSB, on the consequences of delayed cheques from major customers.


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