DFS tries to keep Primback cash

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/29/2002, Issue 5280, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on efforts of DFS to keep the amount of VAT provision related to the Primback case. Plan to file an appeal against Customs & Excise to retain the balance; Comment of company lawyers and auditors on the case.


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