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Kent Business e-edition

In this month's Kent Business e-edition

The boss of the Port of Dover pleads with the Government to stay committed to infrastructure spending more than 100 days on from the Brexit vote. Companies say inaction is the biggest danger to business in the wake of the referendum result, while the chief executive of Shepherd Neame says he will call for tax cuts if the economy begins to suffer. Elsewhere, the regional committee of the FSB has been axed in a row which started over an unpaid bar bill. A packaging company quadruples profits as investment in machinery pays off and we reveal the inside story of the Marlowe Theatre as it marks five years since opening its new £25 million building, which has added more than £120 million to the county's economy.

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Chris & Co - Fireworks, Halloween and Christmas trading

Why are shops stocking Halloween and Christmas-themed products earlier and earlier? Plus, how do companies operate when the majority of their sales take place in a three to four week window?

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