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Griffin, Kerry
October 2002
Brand Strategy;Oct2002, Issue 164, p34
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of the legal struggle between two public telecommunications operators in Great Britain. Reluctance of operators to provide directory enquiries service; Reference to Planet Telecom and BT; Details of the conflict.


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