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Insurance brokers are warning bosses with facilities abroad and those who are planning to expand overseas to make sure their insurance policies are on the right side of local tax and insurance law.

Company bosses should check that the insurance policies of their sub-contractors coincide with their own policies to make sure they are fully covered.

Food and drink manufacturing and processing business owners should reassess their stock insurance because of the fluctuating prices of raw materials.

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