Thursday 24 October, 2019
Edition: English (UK)
Times Publications
Category Archives: UK TRADE AND BUISNESS

Attracting and retaining talent is top policy priority for capital’s firms Over four fifths (81%) of respondents believe the capital remains attractive for UK business leaders, according to the latest CBI London Business Survey. But...

May Zhao, Letter from London Back to 54 days ago, Boris Johnson become a UK prime minister, his numerologist figures are very interesting: 11, 33, 55,...

Thomas Cook Group has said in a stock market filing that it reached an agreement regarding the proposed recapitalisation, which will see the tour operator’s creditors and note holders taking control of the group’s airlines and...

Britain’s economy is slightly bigger than previously thought according to new estimates published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). According to Sky News report, the ONS said new methodology and data suggested gross...

BT is ready to play its part in achieving Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to roll out full-fiber broadband across Britain, but said it needed it to make a fair return on the 30 billion pounds ($36.3 billion) the plan would cost the...

BOOTS has confirmed plans to close 200 stores across the UK over the next 18 months. The health and beauty chain store Boots said on Friday that closures will take place over the next 18 months. Shutting 200 shops would equate to just...

The steel industry has been facing a tough time in Britain. As the entire industry threatens to collapse, thousands of jobs are at stake. If this all sounds like you’ve heard it before, then chances are you lived through the 80s. In...

The United Kingdom has lost £6.6 billion in economic activity every quarter since it voted to leave the European Union, according to S&P Global Ratings, the latest company to estimate the damage from Brexit. Report from Reuters In...

The pound and shares in housebuilders and banks have fallen sharply after Cabinet ministers Dominic Raab and Esther McVey quit over Prime Minister Theresa May’s draft Brexit deal. Reports from BBC news Royal Bank of Scotland sank...

By tadmin on Mar 25th, 2019

The approach of Brexit was felt in Britain’s factories in November as companies stocked up on parts to counter any border delays and exports suffered a rare back-to-back fall, a survey showed on Monday. By Reuters The IHS Markit/CIPS...

By tadmin on Mar 25th, 2019