- BCC’s Quarterly Economic Survey for Q2 2013 shows further progress, with most key balances stronger than in Q1 2013.
- Service export deliveries balance rose to +36%, the highest level since the survey began in 1989
- UK business remains resilient, and confidence is rising, despite most balances remaining below their pre-recession levels in 2007
In an open letter to Mark Carney, who takes over as Bank of England Governor today. BCC Director General, John Longworth, urges him to do more to ensure a stable business environment, which will help to secure the UK’s future competitiveness.
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