Export award winner decries strong pound

Roberts, Lauretta
May 2000
Marketing Event;May2000, p7
Deals with the export company HP:ICM. Views of company officials on the strength of the British pound; Award received by the company; Factors responsible for the export success of the company; Details on its project, the UK Pavilion for Expo 2000 in Hanover, Germany.


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