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Westphal, Linda
November 1998
Cabinet Maker;11/13/98, Issue 5114, p1
Trade Publication
Opinion. Comments on the reports that firms which supply Harrods Department Store in London, England, are negotiating with the company over the amount they are going to donate to its 150th anniversary in 1999. Possible contents of conversations; Concerns of furniture manufacturers.


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