A credit to the business

July 2001
Cabinet Maker;7/27/2001, Issue 5248, p17
Trade Publication
Reveals that financial services firms are aiding smaller furniture retailers in Great Britain offering consumer credit. Growth of consumer credit in the furniture retail sector; Internet-based systems developed by Open+Direct; Consumer credit offered by Halifax Cetelem Credit.


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