High price of keeping records

Kidd, Andrew
March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/15/2002, Issue 5278, p1
Trade Publication
Comments on the plans of the Department of Trade and Industry to implement the General Products Safety Directive (GPSD) in Great Britain. Impact of the GPSD law on the retailers; Effects of keeping records consumers on the retailers; Reaction on the implementation of the rights of the consumers.


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