Talks on joint event collapse

October 1997
Marketing Event;Oct97, p4
Reports that the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Ltd. and the Institute of Road Transport Engineers stopped negotiations for a joint Commercial Vehicle Show. Reason why the negotiation has been stopped.


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