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PART II: The UK as a business hub – drawbacks and future direction

Part I of this analysis of the UK as a business hub looked at many of the aspects that make the UK a favourable jurisdiction in which to conduct business. There are, of course, factors that detract from the UK’s attractiveness, and business also harbours hope that progress can be made to further increase the number of reasons for operating in the country.

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