Get tough on rogue directors

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/22/2002, Issue 5279, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the action of consumer minister Melanie Johnson of the Department of Trade and Industry to ban the former Uno Corp. directors in England. Protection of the reputation of the retail furniture sector; Accusation on misleading the customer; Action for Insolvency Services of the company.


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