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by J. Spicer,C. Thurman,J. Walters,Simon Ward

Author: J. Spicer,C. Thurman,J. Walters,Simon Ward
Subcategory: Biography & History
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2012 edition (December 6, 2011)
Pages: 315 pages
Category: Perfomance
Rating: 4.1
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JOHN SPICER has worked in the drinks industry for most of his career, first, as a sales forecasting analyst with Whitbread, and then as a stockbroking analyst covering brewers and distillers.

by J. Spicer (Author), C. Thurman (Author), J. Walters (Author), Simon Ward (Author) & 1 more. It's as enjoyable a read as it is shocking. I urge Parliamentarians and civil servants to read it. It describes the perils of misconceived regulation, however well intended, and the damage that can be done to the interests of individuals and businesses through its unintended consequences.

John Spicer, Chris Thurman, John Walters, Simon Ward. This is the story of the radical intervention carried out by the Thatcher administration in response to 1986-89 Monopolies and Mergers Commission inquiry into brewing. Milestones on the Road to a Monopoly Reference. John Spicer, Chris Thurman, John Walters, Simon Ward. The State of Affairs in 1985. It describes the creation of big brewers, the official investigations into what many saw as an uncompetitive structure and the damaging consequences for consumers and licensees. government intervention state.

This is the story of the radical intervention carried out by the Thatcher administration in response to 1986-89 .

This is the story of the radical intervention carried out by the Thatcher administration in response to 1986-89 Monopolies and Mergers Commission inquiry into brewing.

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oceedings{tionIT, title {Intervention in the Modern UK Brewing Industry. By John Spicer, Chris Thurman, John Walters, and Simon Ward. New York: Palgrave, 2012. xviii + 315 pp. Illustrations, bibliography, figures, tables, appendix, glossary, notes, index.

This is the story of the radical intervention carried out by the Thatcher administration in response to 1986-89 Monopolies and Mergers Commission inquiry into brewing. It describes the creation of big brewers, the official investigations into what many saw as an uncompetitive structure and the damaging consequences for consumers and licensees.