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Jun 30, 1999

Factually speaking

Has the fact book has died a death?

There was a time when most blue-chip companies worth their salt would produce an annual fact book. Ranging from pocketbook to almost encyclopedic proportions, the aim was to give an easy-to-access breakdown of key numbers, operations, sites, activities, staff and so on. It was a ready reference tool for those who knew the company inside-out, or a quick introduction for those checking out a potential investment for the first time. Whatever the reasoning for their production, design agencies

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