Due to and owing to

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Due to and owing to both mean because of. Phrases beginning with due/owing to are often separated from the rest of their sentence by a comma.

Due to can be put after the verb be. Owing to cannot be used like this.

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Due to, owing to, because of and on account of
Because of, due to and owing to exercise

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