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UK Chancellor Urged To Fight Worsening Late Payments ProblemPYMNTS.com“Improving the nation's productivity forecasts starts by speaking out on late payments today. In doing so, the chancellor will send a clear message to British boardrooms.” The FSB's latest research found 84 percent of business owners in the U.K. said ...and more »14-03-2018

UK Chancellor Urged To Fight Worsening Late Payments Problem
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“Improving the nation's productivity forecasts starts by speaking out on late payments today. In doing so, the chancellor will send a clear message to British boardrooms.” The FSB's latest research found 84 percent of business owners in the U.K. said ...

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