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  • 05 March 2015

    Sound-bite solutions not the answer, CBI president warns politicians

    At the moment - the only certainty seems to be uncertainty

    As the economic situation has improved, the political risks have escalated, CBI President, Sir Mike Rake, warned in a speech to the Lord Mayor’s Trade and Industry Dinner at the Mansion House in London. 

  • 05 March 2015

    The View from The Peak

    Simon Moore, CBI International Director, is visiting Hong Kong this week, at the invitation of its’ Government, to find out what the conditions are for British investors and businesses in the city.

  • 04 March 2015

    CBI responds to clearing houses ruling

    The CBI responded to a ruling by the European Union General Court annulling the European Central Bank’s (ECB) policy that clearing houses must be based in the single currency area.

  • 04 March 2015

    Budget 2015 must get 'UK Mittelstand' on front foot

    The head of the CBI is calling on the Chancellor to use his final Budget before the General Election to prioritise measures which will create more growth opportunities for medium-sized firms – ‘The UK Mittelstand’, the backbone of the UK economy - while staying the course on the current fiscal reduction plans.

  • 03 March 2015

    CBI responds to Scottish Government economic strategy

    The CBI responded to Scotland’s Economic Strategy, published by the Scottish Government. 

  • 02 March 2015

    CBI comments on Prime Minister's Housing Speech

    The CBI commented on the Prime Minister’s housing speech, and the proposals for 200,000 Starter Homes by 2020.

  • 02 March 2015

    Help firms get finance for future growth, CBI urges next government

    A UK market for private placed debt could unlock £15 billion. 

    The CBI is urging the next government to ‘mind the gap’ in the financial services sector’s ability to help unleash new long-term growth capital to support dynamic medium-sized businesses. 

  • 01 March 2015

    Economy growing at a steady pace

    Economic growth was slightly slower in the three months to February, but still maintained a strong pace, according to the latest CBI growth indicator.

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