FT ups price

November 1998
Editor & Publisher;11/07/98, Vol. 131 Issue 45, p15
Trade Publication
Reports that London, England-based `Financial Times' newspaper has increased it United Kingdom cover price to 85 pence from 80, in part to make up for increased spending on staff and marketing.


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