MFI set to fight Gateshead trading standard charges

Goodwin, Cliff
June 1998
Cabinet Maker;06/19/98, Issue 5093, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that MFI will fight charges that it allegedly breached the Consumer Protection Act at one of its flagship stores in Great Britain. Gatehead Borough Council's health and consumer services department as plaintiff; Connection between the alleged offenses and the advertising of sales goods.


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