Traffic lights for products

York, Nicola
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p24
The article reports on the relevance of the traffic light system as financial products in Great Britain. It mentions that the British government currently conducting an investigation regarding the usefulness of the traffic light system as one of the financial products. Furthermore, the system could possibly improve the British consumers' access to these products.


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