Report on purchasing arrangements of the Corporation
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Report on purchasing arrangements of the Corporation to be presented (to Common Council) ... 13th April 1972. by London. Corporation. Policy and Parliamentary Committee.

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Considers the possibility of using the Greater London Council Supplies Department.

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ContributionsGreater London Council. Supplies Dept.
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Pagination1 sheet ;
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Open LibraryOL19912528M

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