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Published by Retailing in Scotland 2005 in [Stirling] .
Written in English


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StatementA.M. Broadbridge and J.A. Dawson.
SeriesProject paper / Retailing in Scotland 2005 (Project) -- no.5, Project paper (Retailing in Scotland 2005 (Project)) -- 5.
ContributionsDawson, John A. 1944-, Retailing in Scotland 2005 (Project), Scottish Metropolitan Property., University of Stirling. Institute for Retail Studies., Scottish Council (Development and Industry).
The Physical Object
Pagination21leaves
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15200058M
ISBN 101870925157

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