When your supplier is in trouble

Waller, Simon
September 2000
Cabinet Maker;09/01/2000, Issue 5203, p8
Trade Publication
Examines retailers' options when a supplier becomes insolvent. Ability of retailer and manufacturer to owe money to each other if both parties deal with each other regularly; Retention of title; Customer trusts.


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