'Buy British' campaign aims to turn the tide and safeguard jobs

April 2002
Management Services;Apr2002, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p7
Academic Journal
Reports that the exterior of a tanker operated by the P and O Trans European on behalf of the BP Special Products, a division of the BP Lubricants and Special Products Ltd., as of November 2000, is now sporting a distinctive new look with the appearance of a female robot named Viva.


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