What our readers want

June 1972
Accountancy;Jun72, Vol. 83 Issue 946, p3
Trade Publication
Discusses the result of a readership survey conducted by the British periodical 'Accountancy,' held in 1972. Profile of the readers; Readers subscribing to other accounting magazines; Demand for more articles on finance, financial management, investment and general management.


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