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Calls to economic growth summits

Businesses, public sector organisations and those involved in economic growth have been called to summit meetings.

The East of England Regional Assembly (EERA) and East of England Development Agency (EEDA) are holding the meetings in Cambridgeshire, Essex and Norfolk.

David Marlow, EEDA chief executive, said: "Summits at Cambridge, Colchester and Thetford are an opportunity to discuss where investment is needed.

"Partners will find out more about EEDA and EERA policy and delivery roles."




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