Royal Mail workers ballot to boycott DSA work providers

Nias, Simon
March 2013
PrintWeek;3/22/2013, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Communication Workers Union (CWU) ballot revealed that the workers of the Great Britain mail service provider Royal Mail will boycott mails from rival downstream access (DSA) providers like TNT and UK Mail.


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