HC Deb 26 July 1949 vol 467 cc104-5W
55. Mr. Pickthorn

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what firms, and what individuals, are invited to apply for two copies of "Target"; how many copies are thus got into circulation; and what good results have been noted.

Mr. Glenvil Hall

Thirty-six thousand copies of "Target" go to about 14,000 factories. Copies are supplied also to trades unions and trade associations. The total circulation is about 40,000. There is a good deal of evidence both direct from firms, and through the reports of regional officers, that the contents are found useful and that the bulletin is playing its intended part in the substantial increases in production and productivity which have been taking place.

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