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By Adnan Essa | 66 reads
German imports and exports drop in February
German exports and imports both fell unexpectedly in February, indicating that the euro zone recession is set to continue.
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By Adnan Essa | 70 reads
Could changing VAT rules prevent late payments?
Late payments are crippling SMEs and despite threats to name and shame late payers the issue is not being resolved.
By Graydon Communications | 55 reads
Should interest rates remain low?
With Mark Carney set to become Governor of the Bank of England in July, can businesses expect the low interest rates to be maintained?
By Graydon Communications | 53 reads
Cold weather affects fashion retailers, according to BDO
Data released by BDO suggest that the unseasonably cold weather has had a negative impact on fashion retailers.
By Graydon Communications | 59 reads
SMMT figures show UK car sales continue to defy European trend
UK car sales outperform expectations in March continuing the trend of defying the downturn seen across much of Europe.
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By Graydon Communications | 64 reads
Late payments having a ‘catastrophic’ affect on SMEs, according to Bacs research
Small businesses are now being forced to wait, on average, eight weeks after bills are due to be paid.
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By Graydon Communications | 56 reads
Service sector offsets construction contraction, according to Markit/CIPS PMI
The fastest growth seen in the service sector for seven months has helped offset the construction contraction in March, according to PMI data from Mar
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