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This is a summary of our copyright position.
Material on this site is protected by copyright. The copyright owner is UK Archives. You may not make alterations or additions to the material on this site, or sell it or misappropriate it. Material may be downloaded or copied for personal use. However, appropriate acknowledgment of the copyright owner is required if material is re-published in any format.
Subject to the exception below, users of the MIER website may make free use of the information obtained directly from it subject to the following conditions:
1. When such information is distributed or reproduced, it must appear accurately and the MIER must be cited as the source: MIER (2008): Manchester Independent Economic Review Economic Baseline Study; UK Archives.
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Set out below are the rules that will apply to your use of our website. In using our website you are agreeing to comply with the rules set out below as well as our Data Protection policies. We may amend the rules at any time by posting the amended rules on our website. All amended rules will automatically apply once they are posted on our website.
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You may print material from the website for your legitimate business purposes, but you may not charge a fee for any use and commercial use is expressly prohibited. Appropriate acknowledgment of the copyright owner is required if material is re-published in any format and no endorsement should be implied by its use.
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If you breach any of these rules, UK Archives may, in addition to any other remedies available to it, deny access to the website to the user.
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