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We’ve long called for a better deal on energy for business, and these new rules will be welcomed by SMEs across our Chamber network.
We’ve long called for a better deal on energy for business, and these new rules will...
Accessing finance is becoming more difficult for a large number of SMEs, according to new data from the British Chambers of Commerce Insights Unit.
Accessing finance is becoming more difficult for a large number of SMEs, according to new data...
The level of import charges shows scant regard to the interests of both businesses and consumers.
The level of import charges shows scant regard to the interests of both businesses and consumers....
Thousands of UK businesses are breathing a huge sigh of relief after the European Union decided to lift a huge paperwork burden.
Thousands of UK businesses are breathing a huge sigh of relief after the European Union decided...

Imagine if the UK’s network of roads hadn’t been upgraded since the 1950s. Since then, car ownership has soared, motorways built and new methods of road transport devised. No longer are we regularly driving

Imagine if the UK’s network of roads hadn’t been upgraded since the 1950s. Since then, car...

The British Chambers of Commerce has launched its Global Britain Challenge report to boost exports and channel overseas investment into the UK.
The British Chambers of Commerce has launched its Global Britain Challenge report to boost exports and...
Today’s decision to hold rates at 5.25% was widely expected. However, it prolongs the period of uncertainty for firms grappling with high borrowing costs.
Today’s decision to hold rates at 5.25% was widely expected. However, it prolongs the period of...
Today’s easing of the CPI rate of inflation to 3.4% will give businesses and consumers some sense of relief.
Today’s easing of the CPI rate of inflation to 3.4% will give businesses and consumers some...
A ‘stable and coherent’ skills strategy is needed to prepare young people for the world of work, according to first ever BCC Youth Skills Manifesto.
A ‘stable and coherent’ skills strategy is needed to prepare young people for the world of...
When the World Trade Organisation’s 13th biennial Ministerial Conference recently concluded, the reaction from business and other key trade stakeholders was one of relief.
When the World Trade Organisation’s 13th biennial Ministerial Conference recently concluded, the reaction from business and...

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