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July 2009
Money Marketing;7/30/2009, p21
The article reports that "Money Marketing" in Great Britain remains number one base on result of the Profit Impact Market Strategy (PIMS) readership research. It states that the publication retains its top position of the weekly Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) newspaper of financial advisers, noting it is well read newspaper.


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