We need full support of industry, says FTBA

June 2001
Cabinet Maker;06/08/2001, Issue 5241, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the financial deficit of Furnishing Trades Benevolent Association (FTBA) despite donated income increase in Great Britain. Grants and annuities from FTBA; Donation of North Lancashire and the North West; Appointment of former British Contract Furnishings Association chief executive Peter Oldfield-Murray as FTBA president.


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