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18 December 2018 By Aimee Donnellan

Britain wants companies to use two auditors and stricter Chinese walls between consulting and book-keeping. The moves should help competition, but they won’t be as effective as radical options like breaking up groups and market-share caps, nor prevent failures like Carillion.

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