BS 8790 urged to improve payment

March 1999
Credit Management;Mar1999, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on Evershed law firm partner Howard Bryan's call for companies to use the British Standard BS 8790 to improve payment performance. Assessment of the standard; Bryan's thoughts on statutory rights to claim interest on late payments.


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