Global Britain urged to open doors for developing world

In a new report, James Sproule calls on Mr Johnson to allow a new generation of start-ups to operate within UK company law from abroad – beginning with Commonwealth countries such as Nigeria, Uganda and Zambia.

The report, published by the Centre for Policy Studies think tank, says the move would help entrepreneurs in developing countries to draw investment to countries where the “start-up spirit” is currently “stifled”, including, in some cases, by corruption and maladministration.


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Date Added: Monday 27th July 2020