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Doing Business with the United Kingdom 2017: A Guide for Investors and Trading Partners

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Doing Business with the United Kingdom 2017: A Guide for Investors and Trading Partners

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This new publication series from Legend Business provides an authoritative and essential guide to the post-referendum business climate in the United Kingdom together with outlines of the laws, business regulations and practices that affect those looking to complete business in the UK. The Guide also reflects the likely impact of the 2016 decision to leave the European Union on businesses in the UK

Doing Business with the United Kingdom 2017: A Guide for Investors and Trading Partners

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