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PLANNING chiefs are expected to approve major regeneration proposals in north Birmingham which would then open the way for a major redevelopment of the current Wholesale Markets site.
Members of the Wholesale Market Traders Association will meet their foreign counterparts to gain support for their campaign.
There will be a Wholesale Market somewhere in Birmingham.
Visibility on likely competitive development dynamics in these wholesale markets, the likely evolution of liquidity and the prospects for growth.
We will not be moved: 'John Bull' protesting about the closure of Birmingham Wholesale Market.
Romania's emerging wholesale market will set the tone for Eastern Europe 5
Council bosses have insisted the Wholesale Market will not be closed or traders evicted until a suitable alternative site has been found.
It currently accounts for around half of the liquidity in Europes three main established wholesale markets.
COUNCIL leader Mike Whitby has suggested that cash could be found to relocate Birmingham's Wholesale Markets to a new facility in the city.
Existing levels of wholesale market development vary widely across European gas markets 7
With facilities and clients on 3 continents and a vast domestic Feature Group D Network, ANI Networks is a premiere partner to the companies in the wholesale market place with a focus on traditional voice services.
It is only a short distance away from the indoor market and the outdoor market, which rely on the wholesale market to supply them with fresh produce every day.
TRADERS have accused city council bosses of misleading the public over the wholesale market closure after a document emerged stating the Digbeth site WOULD be demolished in 2013.
Companies such as engine and Freshtel are already active in the VoIP wholesale market, and Reeltime is launching its services in the IPTV wholesale market.
The traders, who are demanding the council settle their future, have challenged details outlined in a Wholesale Market 'myth busting' document issued by the city council press office.
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