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Angela McGowan, CBI Northern Ireland Director, said hospitality, leisure and non-essential retail firms will be looking to the weeks ahead with cautious optimism.
“Government support has provided a lifeline during an unprecedented twelve months. But with firms still low on cash, confidence and demand, additional help from the Executive will be needed. Further financial support could offer flexibility and help cushion firms during a precarious restart phase where jobs and livelihoods remain in the balance."
Matthew Fell, CBI Chief UK Policy Director, said:
“A key change will be for businesses to now take greater responsibility for their employees’ commutes. They should factor these emissions into their net-zero strategies and set out tangible steps to help their teams make greener journeys."
Tony Danker, CBI Director General, said business stands four-square on the need to create a fairer, more resilient economy post-Covid and to accelerate the race to net zero.
“The Commission’s findings provide yet another proof point of a growing consensus in the business community for industry and government to work together to take on the biggest issues we face."
Tony Danker, CBI Director General, said:
“Ratification of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement is a decisive step forward, but it’s far from the end of the process for business. The next phase is normalising relations between the UK and EU, in order to smooth trade and maximise the benefits of the new economic partnership.”
Felicity Burch, CBI Director of Digital, said:
“Over the last year, digital technologies have acted as a bedrock of resilience for economies. This agreement can be a springboard for an inclusive, sustainable recovery and industry is ready to play its part to deliver this shared vision.”