When a TSO calls

Nevin, Rupert
November 2000
Cabinet Maker;11/03/2000, Issue 5212, p8
Trade Publication
Explores strategies of companies in dealing with the government's trading standards officers (TSO) in Great Britain. Trade laws enforced by TSO; Structure of the trading standards; Basis of decisions to prosecute a business; Handling of TSO requests.


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