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CEO of Palm Paper Dr Wolfgang Palm. Picture by: Matthew Usher.

Photo gallery: King’s Lynn paper mill hits the mark for German boss

Wolfgang Palm has made King’s Lynn a national centre for paper production. Business writer Ben Woods speaks to the chief executive of Palm Paper about the importance of its west Norfolk site.

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Graham Hacon from the 3sun group.
Picture: James Bass

Yarmouth is it back in business?

Back in 2007 Graham Hacon had a small, one-man office in Gorleston’s Beacon Innovation Centre but an unlimited store of energy and innovative ideas.

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Prime Minister David Cameron (right) with boat builder and restorer John Watson during a visit to small businesses at Lots Ait Boatyard in Brentford, west London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday January 27, 2014. Cameron told company owners that his government has exceeded its targets for cutting back over-zealous business regulations and will save firms millions of pounds per year. See PA story INDUSTRY Business Regulations. Photo credit should read: Luke MacGregor/PA Wire

Analysis: Small is beautiful for politicians courting the business vote

When it comes to business, there is no doubt that at Westminster small is beautiful, writes business editor Shaun Lowthorpe.

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Top 10 export markets for East of England 2012-13. Image by Annette Hudson.

Norfolk firms share their export secrets - but where are the region’s 10 biggest overseas trading partners

Trade minister Lord Livingston has launched a nationwide campaign to encourage more exporting. Business writer Ben Woods spoke to three EDP Business Awards 2013 finalists about their experience breaking into new global markets.

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Bernard Matthews Executive Chairman David Joll, who has returned to the company, pictured at the Great Witchingham Hall headquarters. Photo: Steve Adams

We’ll fight back - that’s the vow from Bernard Matthews’ bosses as it announces £20m loss

One of Norfolk’s most high-profile firms has vowed to battle back into the black after revealing a £20.3m loss in the last year.

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