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Clarkslegal attends Downing Street with CWEIC

Monica Atwal, Managing Partner of Clarkslegal attended 10 Downing Street with the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) delegation of businesses.

The meeting at 10 Downing Street involved discussions on business opportunities, employment and immigration visas.

Clarkslegal is a strategic partner for the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC).

CWEIC is a commercial, not-for-profit membership organisation with an official mandate from the Commonwealth Heads of Government to facilitate trade and investment throughout the 54 Commonwealth member nations.

Clarkslegal is part of a network that includes around 100 business and government Strategic Partners including Standard Chartered, Zenith Bank, Trade & Investment Queensland and the Government of the Maldives from 30 countries and territories.

Through our membership we have links at the highest levels of Commonwealth Governments, business and institutions and part of a network that is active on global trade issues.

Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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