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MLex is a global news organization that specializes in predictive analysis of regulatory risk. Our expert journalists in LondonNew York, Washington D.C., San Francisco and Brussels track material changes in laws that affect business, commerce and trade. By breaking news and dissecting trends, we help companies and their advisers to anticipate critical regulatory decisions and events.

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