Manufacturing output slowed to a halt in the three months to June, marking the slowest growth since April 2016, according to the latest CBI Industrial Trends Survey.
The CBI commented on the creation of the London-Shanghai Stock Connect, which will see UK-listed firms become the first foreign companies to be able to list in mainland China.
Karan, Lord Bilimoria of Chelsea has been confirmed as CBI Vice President following a vote at the CBI’s AGM.
The CBI responded to the Mayor of London’s announcement of the launch of the London Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
The CBI responded to the Prime Minister's announcement that the UK will be the first country in the world to legislate to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The CBI reacted to the announcement that Ford’s engine plant in Bridgend will close in 2020.
The CBI, FSB, TUC, Which? and the Fairtrade Foundation have issued an open letter to the Government on making trade benefit all of the UK.
CBI Wales has commented on the First Minister's decision not to proceed with the M4 corridor around Newport.
CBI Scotland and KPMG Scotland have joined forces to launch a new Productivity Index that aims to measure and benchmark Scotland’s performance across a series of key productivity driving measures.
UK companies sound the alarm as digital skills needs set to skyrocket in next three years.
Economic activity in the private sector was broadly unchanged in the quarter to May, marking the seventh consecutive rolling quarter of flat or falling volumes, according to the latest CBI monthly Growth Indicator.