Liquidator appeals for information

May 1998
Cabinet Maker;05/29/98, Issue 5090, p4
Trade Publication
Focuses on liquidator of furniture manufacturer and repair firm Eaton Leather, Martin Armstrong's efforts to get help in his investigations into the failed firm. Background information about the British firm; Information sought by Armstrong; Contact information.


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