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GST sorted for clients

Posted by ProDev Admin at 3:38pm, Monday 11th October, 2010
Tags: gst
Now 10 days on since GST was increased, and all of our e-commerce clients are happy to report no problems from the 1st of October.

Professional Developement ensured that all e-commerce clients as of 1 second past midnight were updated at no extra cost and as part of our commitment to ensuring our systems are kept up to date.



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