May 2005
Brand Strategy;May2005, Issue 192, p48
Trade Publication
Looks at different European countries' identities and the brands that utilize them. Netherlands; Norway; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Great Britain; Traditional influences; Brands using the said conventions; New influences; Brands using the disruption caused by the new influences.


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