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A UK Trade & Investment guide for British businesses interested in developing their commercial activity in France.

France is the 4th largest export market for the UK with some £32 billion worth of exports per year. With a population of 65 million, the country offers numerous opportunities for UK business. In this guide, we explain how UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) can provide expert trade advice and practical support to UK-based companies wishing to grow in this important market.

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