Guy Beringer, a director of LegalUK and a former chair of UK Export Finance, writes about why businesses and policymakers in the UK need to ensure the global benefits of English law endure. In the days when we all travelled to work, we recognised the enormous value of transport networks in enabling an economy to run smoothly. (Or at least when they worked.) Now that more people work from home, we recognise that efficient remote working depends on access to a reliable internet service and reliable search engines. In short, infrastructure matters. And the amounts invested in transport and communications platforms are — rightly — immense as a result.The investment isn’t merely spent on developing and building the platforms themselves. It is also directed at understanding how the
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