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MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE TRADE AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE

WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL 1999

Members present:

Mr Martin O'Neill, in the Chair
Mr Roger Berry
Mr John Butterfill
Mr Jim Cunningham
Mr Lindsay Hoyle
Mr Bob Laxton
Ms Linda Perham
Helen Southworth
 

CONTENTS

Memorandum submitted by The British Brands Group

Annex

Examination of witnesses
MR JOHN NOBLE, Director, British Brands Group, MR MICHAEL HUTCHINGS, British Brands Group and MR TOM BLACKETT, Deputy Chairman, Interbrand, British Brands Group, examined.
Question Number
1 - 19
20 - 39
40 - 59
60 - 73

Supplementary memorandum submitted by The British Brands Group

Look-Alikes: Cases in Mainland EU Countries

Look-Alikes: Cases in Other Countries

Memorandum submitted by TESCO

Annex

Examination of witnesses
MS LUCY NEVILLE-ROLFE, Corporate Affairs Director, MS CHRISTINE CROSS, World Non-Food Director, and MR MARTIN FIELD, Assistant Company Secretary, Tesco, examined.
Question Number
74 - 79
80 - 99
100 - 122

Supplementary memorandum submitted by Tesco

Annex 1

Annex 2

Annex 3

Further supplementary memorandum submitted by TESCO

Memorandum submitted by The Association of Parallel Importers

Memorandum submitted by the British Independent Motor Trade Association

Examination of witnesses
MR IAN TAY, API Member, MR KEVIN NEESAN, API member, and MR ROLAND DANE, Chairman, BIMTA, examined.
Question Number
123 - 139
140 - 159
160 - 179
180 - 190

Supplementary memorandum submitted by The British Independent Motor Trade Association

Memorandum submitted by the Retail Motor Industry Federation

Supplementary memorandum submitted by the Retail Motor Industry Federation

Examination of witnesses
MR CHRISTOPHER MACGOWAN, Chief Executive, Retail Motor Industry Federation, MR ALAN PULHAM, Director, National Franchised Dealers Association, and MR ROBIN HULF, Retail Motor Industry Federation, examined.
Question Number
191 - 199
200 - 220

Further supplementary memorandum submitted by the Retail Motor Industry Federation

Further supplementary memorandum submitted by the Retail Motor Industry Federation


 
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