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Greening businesses: update on the environmental goods and services industry in the UK. / Catulli, M.

University of Hertfordshire, 2008. (Business School Working Papers).

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Catulli, M 2008 'Greening businesses: update on the environmental goods and services industry in the UK' Business School Working Papers, University of Hertfordshire.

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Catulli, M. (2008). Greening businesses: update on the environmental goods and services industry in the UK. (Business School Working Papers). University of Hertfordshire.

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Catulli M. Greening businesses: update on the environmental goods and services industry in the UK. University of Hertfordshire. 2008. (Business School Working Papers).

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Catulli, M. / Greening businesses: update on the environmental goods and services industry in the UK. University of Hertfordshire, 2008. (Business School Working Papers).

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