Sensible move in South Wales

Kidd, Andrew
September 2001
Cabinet Maker;9/14/2001, Issue 5255, p1
Trade Publication
Comments on the decision of Christie-Tyler to reshuffle production in South Wales. Increase in the competition of imports among manufacturer; Impact of imports to the business performance of the company; Effects of restructuring to product marketing.


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