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West Germany's dutyfree trading link with East Germany rankles with other EEC countries who seek a bigger stake in the lucrative Comecon market. But, as John Lawless reports, this special relationship was acknowledged in the Treaty of Romeand West Germany is firmly opposed to any modification.
With planning consent for the redevelopment of its Southwark dock site virtually assured, Hay's Wharf has a property potential that is awesome even by today's standards.
While more regulations governing the transport of dangerous chemicals are due to come into force later this year, some critics claim there is still too much reliance on voluntary emergency schemes. Mindful of some of the hairraising accidents which have happened in the past, they are calling for...
Five years after Richard Nixon tried to steal black capitalism to enhance his ideological wardrobeshortly thereafter to forget it because it fitted him badlythe black community is running up its own economic suiting, a genuine black capitalism, unbeholden to summer soldiers and sunshine patriots.
Hugh Scanlon's apparent climbdown over the IR Act and the counterinflation measures form a deliberate part of the impending engineering workers' pay claim strategy, reports Ian Murray.
BARBARA CASTLE, ARCHITECT of the Equal Pay Act, is firing warning shots at employers who drag their feet or try to evade this issue.
Rising wool prices and technical advances in artificial fibres have provided Europe's manmade textile producer's with booming business. But with prices yet to regain a healthy level after last year's production surplus, British manufacturers view with growing concern the Government's counter...
First Distillers Co and now Roche. It is an almost perverse element that links these seeminglyunrelated controversies. Indeed, if the Swissowned drugs company is looking for tangible justification for pricing two of its products so highly, it need look no further than the Thalidomide tragedy.
Exclusion clauses will come in for a great deal of scrutiny under the Supply of Goods Implied Terms Act. Here, Ewan Mitchell advises when to leave them out and when to retain them.
Leslie Kenton examines three companies which have taken such theories as job enrichment and employee participation and fashioned them into workable and profitable techniques. Derek Bryan right recalls that the process took seven painstaking years and was at first resisted by middle management...
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