Refusal of supply: tightening laws

Sidkin, Stephen
August 2000
Cabinet Maker;08/04/2000, Issue 5199, p8
Trade Publication
Part II. Examines the role of the British Office of Fair Trading (OFT), and its powers to impose fines on offenders. Law concerning refusal of supply; Restrictive supply arrangements.


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