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Cameron urges UK companies to grab Asean opportunities

He also calls on world leaders and foreign companies to share data to fight money laundering

Mr Cameron said that, from next year, Britain is expected to become the first major country to set up a publicly accessible central registry listing who "really owns and controls all British companies".


UK PRIME Minister David Cameron, making South-east Asia a stop in his first major trade visit since his re-election, on Tuesday highlighted the business opportunities available to UK companies in the region.

In a wide-ranging lecture he delivered in Singapore's Lee Kuan

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