The world of never never

January 2001
Cabinet Maker;01/05/2001, Issue 5219, p14
Trade Publication
Presents an update on changes in the consumer credit in Great Britain as of January 2001. Use of credit cards for everyday items; Data released by NOVA Retail Finance on credit use; Reason attributed for consumers' use of promotional credit; Expansion of Chartered Trust's ME 2U credit processing system; Effort of Open + Direct by focusing on delivering technology driven business solutions.


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