The power of choice

Altman, Wilf
May 2002
Cabinet Maker;5/24/2002, Issue 5288, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the financial benefits of the right selection of suppliers for gas and electricity in Great Britain. Reduction of the costs due to competition; Contract options offered by suppliers; Features of www.buy.co.uk.


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