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Who"s who in British industry, 1981.

Who"s who in British industry, 1981.

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Published by Huntsman Press in London .
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Entries include judges, civil servants, politicians and notable figures from academia, sport and the arts. Events from the year in the United Kingdom. 4 January – British Leyland workers vote to accept a peace formula in the Longbridge plant strike. Peter Sutcliffe, a year-old lorry driver from Bradford arrested on 2 January in Sheffield, is Whos who in British industry with being the notorious serial killer known as the "Yorkshire Ripper", who is believed to.

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22nd edition, Wilmette, IL:Marquis Who's Who, (WhoFI 81)Who's Who in Finance and Industry. 24th edition, British and American authors living and deceased from the earliest accounts to the latter half of the Nineteenth Century.

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How has British industry financed itself in the past. With the current debate on industry's financial strategy, this study of the past sixty years is a particularly timely contribution to the discussions on the future financing of industry.

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InBritish Steel lost a staggering £1 billion on turnover of £3 billion, earning itself a place in the Guinness Book of Records. By contrast the output of Britain's small private sector steel industry doubled between andfrom 3 million tonnes to 6. About Marquis Who’s Who & Industry Leaders SinceMarquis Who’s Who has remained the standard for reliable and comprehensive biographical data.

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