Tour launches trade venture

June 2000
Marketing Event;Jun2000, p8
Announces the launching of British Trade International, a joint venture between the Great Britain Department of Trade and Industry and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office through roadshows. Brief information on the roadshows; Concept of the roadshows.


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