Turning the crisis around

October 2001
Cabinet Maker;10/5/2001, Issue 5258, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses the impact of crises in the manufacturing industry. Effect of strong pound and proliferation of cheap imports in the Great Britain; Problems in promotion and training; Reduction of the company profile through cutting advertising.


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