What doesn't kill you might even make you stronger

Jones, Morag Cuddefors
November 2003
Brand Strategy;Nov2003, Issue 177, p10
Trade Publication
Looks into the British legislation which is against tobacco promotion in Great Britain. Provisions and title of the legislation; Efficacy of the law; Implication of the legislation for the tobacco industry. INSET: LEGISLATION.


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