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In this month's Kent Business e-edition

With losses expected to reach £6 million this year and following the departure of its chief executive, Hornby is reviewing plans to build a £1.6 million tourist attraction in Kent. Many other companies in the county are doing well, with stories about profits increasing at medical device maker ITL, soft toy designer Keel Toys and demolition firm Brown and Mason. There is a feature on the Brexit debate, which is raising more questions than answers for many business leaders in Kent. We speak to the man who says he can make you a successful trader on the financial markets and there is a feature on the jewellery designer whose necklackes are being worn by Ellie Goulding and Fearne Cotton. Plus, what the Budget meant for your firm.

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Chris & Co: Corporate tax avoidance

Chris & Co is a new show for and KMTV, which talks about the big issues affecting companies in the county. In this first edition, published on Tuesday, April 26, KM Group business editor Chris Price is joined by Jo James of Kent Invicta Chamber and Rick Schofield of Wilkins Kennedy to talk about the morality of corporate tax avoidance and the impact of the national living wage.

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