Keynote is to withdraw furniture report `so full of inaccuracies it is meaningless'

Kidd, Andrew
April 1998
Cabinet Maker;04/03/98, Issue 5082, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on market research firm Keynote's decision to withdraw its report on the furniture industry in Great Britain, after the discovery of a number of errors in the study. Product features included in the report; Keynote's findings on the advertising spending of furniture firms; Errors in company ownerships.


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