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Supply chain leaders have greeted the UK’s admission to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for ...
John Meredith has been synonymous with the development of Hutchison Port Holdings, from its beginnings in Hong Kong to becoming the world’s largest container terminal operator. The HPH ports of Felixstowe, Thamesport and Harwich aside, most of his career has been spent developing projects abroad. But through an advertisement in The Daily Telegraph he has turned his attention back to his home country with the launch of Project Bulldog, which aims to assist the country’s exporters via a “completely free” service offering anything from advice on tax and raising finance to finding contacts in export markets. “I would like to offer a personal commitment to assist your company in any way I can,” he wrote.
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