Harveys to change IFC offer after talks with OFT

May 2002
Cabinet Maker;5/10/2002, Issue 5286, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the decision of furniture retailer Harveys to change its IFC offer following talks with the Great Britain Office of Fair Trading. Contract for an advertising deal; Emphasis on the misconceptions on the offer of IFC for advertising.


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