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HAS Britain missed the boat in failing to develop its ports as industrial growth areas
Britain lives or dies by exporting. Companies which already sell overseas must sell more. Companies which don't must start. This special guide tells you how.
James O'Connor tells you how to pick the advertising team to create demand for your products
How would you like to polish off your morning mail in seconds, digest company reports in minutes, scan a book from cover to cover in an hour New techniques in speedreading make it possible, says Jason Fry
Sir Frederick Catherwood, Chairman of the B.I.M. Council, introduces this monthly forum for the views of the leaders of industry
Sex equality in pay and other terms and conditions of employment in British industry is less than 11 months away. From December 29 this year, the Equal Pay Act, which became law in 1970, comes fully into operation. It is time management added up the cost, says Phyllis Stoller
The soaring cost of fuel makes energy conservation necessary not only in the national interest but to maintain industry's profit margins
Overdraft, term lending, export finance, Eurocurrency loans banks can now provide a comprehensive range of services for business capital
Lord Wigg states the case against the EEC and argues the British industry's interests lie in an openseas policy
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