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Business English and Correspondence; A Practical Treatise on the Methods by Which Expert Correspondents Produce Clear and Forceful Letters to Meet Modern Business Requirements

By Roy Davis

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Title: Business English and Correspondence; A Practical Treatise on the Methods by Which Expert Correspondents Produce Clear and Forceful Letters to Meet Modern Business Requirements  
Author: Roy Davis
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Language: English
Subject: Management, Marketing, Economy
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1914
Publisher: Ginn & Co., Publishers

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Clarence Hart Lingham, R. D. (1914). Business English and Correspondence; A Practical Treatise on the Methods by Which Expert Correspondents Produce Clear and Forceful Letters to Meet Modern Business Requirements. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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