U.K. Proposes Regulator to Cut Pub Companies’ Tenant IncomeRobert Hutton
The U.K. proposed a new regulator for companies that own more than 500 pubs, aiming to ease what officials called abuses by the owners, who may see annual income from their tenants cut by 100 million pounds ($152 million).
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