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ANYONE WHO DOUBTED the European Commission's serious intention with its antitrust policy will now realise that DirectorGeneral Willy Schlieder and his Competition Department mean business.
Accidents and disease continue to account for more lost working days in British industry than strikesyet the attitude from both management and workers tends to be one of ignorance and apathy. Safety and health at work can only come about through voluntary cooperation, the Robens Report says....
ANOTHER BUDGET WILL be unveiled by the Chancellor in July or October. And it will be so severe in its impact that the general election will be deferred until the spring of 1975.
Because of what he sees as a marked change in the takeover climate, financier Oliver Jessel believes that the days of fiercely contested bids are over. Jessel also has some critical comments to make about merchant banks who, he says, often make inflated claims about companies they are defending.
Talking about electronic microscopes tends to conjure up mental images of greyhaired professors in white coats grubbing away in their chaotic laboratories, far from the everyday realities of business life. It is true that few industrialists are interested in an instrument that lets them look at...
The days when a man's promotion prospects hinged on the sayso of his boss may soon be over. A new management selection technique imported from the US and already being tried out by several leading companies in Britaingives a candidate just one day to carry out a series of makeorbreak tests....
The same Government that abolished the Consumer Council is bringing in some of the toughest legislation ever on buyer protection under the Fair Trading Bill. Ewan Mitchell points out some of the pitfalls awaiting unwary manufacturers, for whom caveat emptor buyer beware will no longer be a defence.
The Channel Tunnel Green Paper published on March 21 served merely to confirm what was already known to readers of Industrial Management. In our last issue, published on March 7, we reported that the Department of the Environment was pushing ahead with plans on the assumption that the tunnel...
With juggernauts under persistent attack from environmentconscious transport planners, the British Waterways Board has picked an opportune time for stepping up its campaign to revive Britain's neglected canal network. Supporters point to existing strategic links with industrial centres and the...
The rare combination of promising home market prospects and an upturn in exports aided by the downward float of the pound is giving British car manufacturers cause for renewed optimism. But apart from the everpresent danger of domestic labour troubles, there's a potential sting in the export...
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