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These are the latest CBI survey dates.

2 February – Quarterly SME Trends Survey (0001)

20 February - Monthly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

23 February – Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

27 February – Quarterly Service Sector Survey (0001)

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20 Feb 2017

Demand for UK-manufactured goods strengthened in the three months to February, with total order books improving further, according to the CBI's latest Industrial Trends Survey.

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17 Feb 2017

Shareholders should be given more powers to have the final say on executive pay, where it has disconnected from exceptional performance.

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16 Feb 2017

Our regular roundup of the key economic indicators.

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16 Feb 2017

The CBI responds to the government’s green paper on corporate governance.

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16 Feb 2017

The fourth annual CBI Chinese New Year Dinner was held at the Savoy Hotel in Central London and celebrated the start of the new Chinese Lunar Year of The Rooster.

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16 Feb 2017

Launching its submission for the forthcoming Spring Budget on 8th March, the CBI urged the Chancellor to prioritise stability to support productivity growth and future UK prosperity.

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16 Feb 2017

CBI Scotland is urging the fast-tracking of business rates reform against the backdrop of rising unemployment and economic growth lagging in Scotland behind the rest of the UK.

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15 Feb 2017

Pay growth remains stubbornly sluggish as the employment rate reaches record highs

Read the CBI/Pertemps Labour Market Update

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15 Feb 2017

The CBI has responded to the latest ONS labour market statistics for Scotland from October to December 2016, which showed a rise in unemployment of 6,000 and a rise in employment of 8,000.

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15 Feb 2017

The ONS labour market statistics for October to December 2016 show a 37,000 rise in employment and a 7,000 fall in unemployment.