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Comment: Does Green make for a clean exit?

Comment: Does Green make for a clean exit? 01 June 2012 Ian Thomas Ian Thomas, MD of Turquoise International explores how to approach capital raising and finding the right investors for your business Share this article More services Login Email Address Password Forgotten login? Register Creating an account only takes a few moments and will give you instant access to hundreds of specially selected features across the magazine. This article is featured in: Policy, investment and markets Comment on this article You must be registered and logged in to leave a comment about this article.

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