Trade remains sceptical

January 1998
Cabinet Maker;01/09/98, Issue 5070, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the skepticism of furniture trade associations in Great Britain, over the proposals on late payments of commercial debts. Comments on the practicality of the proposal; Effects of late payments on small businesses.


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