ACP could go in cull of quangos

October 2010
Packaging News;Oct2010, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the possible abolishment of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affair's (DEFRA) Advisory Committee on Packaging (ACP) due to the plans of the British government to get rid of 177 arms-length bodies that depend on public funds.


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