London centre wins backing

Cook, Alyson
February 2000
Marketing Event;Feb2000, p9
Reports on the support of mayoral candidates for the construction of a convention center in King's Cross in London, England. Delay in the construction plan due to lack of funds; Capacity of the convention center; Sites considered for the construction of the convention center.


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