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These publications will cover the key decisions from the Takeovers Panel and break them down to highlight the key implications and learning points relevant to you.
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FRANCHISING PRIMER -
I. INTRODUCTION -
A. In General Franchising is a method of distribution that combines the advantages of a central specialized system with the capital and micro-management of local independent...more
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