Trade bodies unite to combat attacks

Gyekye, Liz
December 2012
Packaging News;Dec2012, p4
Trade Publication
The article informs that the packaging trade bodies of Great Britain have joined together in an effort to ask the British Government abandon its plans of introducing mandatory charges on carrier bags.


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