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Speech by HE Paul Madden, British High Commissioner to Australia, to UK Business Lunch Group in Sydney

Iíd like to use this opportunity to reflect on what we do to support Business, as itís a very big part of the British governmentís activity here in Australia. Iím very clear that, given the need to promote jobs and growth in the UK economy, my governmentís highest priority for me and my fellow Ambassadors around the world is to promote British business. Personally I have quite a lot of relevant background on this with an MBA, my time as a Managing Director at UKTI HQ, and a secondment to an international bank. Read the rest of the speech here

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