TITLE

The Middle East Reader Survey

PUB. DATE
April 2004
SOURCE
Middle East;Apr2004, Issue 344, p33
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Substantial efforts have been made in the periodical "The Middle East," since 2001 to give a better, brighter and more useful magazine. Readers' help is solicited to improve it even further. Opinions of readers are invaluable to help in assessing their information needs, as well as help editorial, advertising and marketing departments to continue to develop the magazine in ways that are useful, interesting and informative. The questionnaire covers a number of important areas and we assure you that any information will be treated in the strictest confidence. Readers who complete and return the questionnaire before the closing date of June 30, 2004, have a fantastic guaranteed 1 in 10 chance of winning a free 6-month subscription to the magazine of their choice: "New African," "African Business" or "The Middle East."
ACCESSION #
12738172

 

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