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Hi,

Just wanted a little bit of advice about where to buy the actex manual, I'm living in London UK now, so they focus on the actuarial society of the UK (and their examinations), but I'm into SoA, and I tried amazon to try to get the Actex manual but it takes too long to be delivered, any idea of where can I get the manual here in London?

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