A rates board is seen outside of a Forex outlet in central London, Britain, February 22 , 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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The bosses of more than a third of Britain's top companies Tuesday urged voters to keep the country in the European Union, warning that a "Brexit" would threaten jobs.Some 198 business leaders including Roger Carr, chairman of BAE Systems, BP CEO Bob Dudley and Ron Dennis, chief of F1 team McLaren, wrote a joint letter published in the Times, backing Prime Minister David Cameron's deal to reform the EU.Chairmen or chief executives of 36 companies from key share index FTSE 100, including national giants such as Asda, BT, Marks & Spencer and Vodafone, all signed the letter.
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