Sale Price Of Torstar's Education Unit Is Lower Than Anticipated

May 2001
Educational Marketer;5/14/2001, Vol. 32 Issue 14, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the decrease of sale price for Children's Supplementary Education Publishing (CSEP) division of Torstar Corp. in Toronto. Effect of the decrease of proceeds on corporate revenue; Account of weak economic conditions and decrease of earnings for CSEP; Concentration on marketing and sales efforts for improvement of products.


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