Marketing week diary

June 1999
Marketing Week;6/24/1999, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p36
Trade Publication
Discusses marketing news and events in Great Britain as of June 24, 1999. Findings of a research on marketing executives; Factors influencing the rise and fall of interest rates; Media hype for the motion picture `Phantom Menace'; Classification of advertising agencies.


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