Sir Peter Westmacott became Britain’s ambassador to the United States in January, not long after the Conservative-led government undertook drastic budget cuts that helped push the British economy into a double-dip recession. Westmacott, who lives in Washington, visited Boston recently and spoke with Globe reporter Megan Woolhouse about the nation’s plan to attract more businesses to its shores and how the UK’s leaders are hopeful that US investors can help.
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