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The pro and anti Brexit camps are stepping up efforts to win the business vote ahead of an EU membership referendum that could come within months. Campaign groups are holding local events and recruiting business advocates to try to influence the outcome of one of the biggest economic decisions the UK has made in decades. Meanwhile, Britain Stronger in Europe, the main pro-EU group, is holding discussions with business groups and recruiting "business champions" in each region, with dozens of local events planned.Alan Halsall, chairman of Business for Britain, said small and medium businesses, especially outside London, were more Eurosceptic than multinationals.Business for Scotland, which was the most high-profile forum for company owners and leaders who supported Scottish independence, said it would aim to be a "strong champion" for EU membership.
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