You should contact the office of consumer affairs as, if this is true it
is totally against
the idea of a single market (excuse the pun)
Dermot Daly wrote:
>D'oh - That's
>How can the "British" phonograph industry _affect_ Irish sales???
>From: Dermot Daly
>Sent: 22 January 2004 11:29
>To: ilug at linux.ie>Subject: [ILUG] Totally OT: Has anyone seen the CD-WOW BPI decision?
>>>I know this is totally OT, but relevant to the I in ILUG. CD-WOW have
>come to an agreement with the BPI such that they will not ship CDs that
>have not been released in Europe yet, and will add 3.00 Euro to every CD
>sold into Ireland!
>>How can the "British" phonograph industry Irish sales???
>>Grrr...this is a blow to choice. I've mailed the BPI to ask for
>clarification (I've even got an individual's e-mail address, but I'll
>keep that for now in case there's an e-mail campaign required).
>>Sorry about the OT
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