Business satisfaction rates fall, underlining need for parties to make good on infrastructure promises
UK’s largest survey of employers reveals that UK firms continue to face recruitment difficulties as skills shortages persist
The British Chambers of Commerce has today launched '2020 and Beyond: business priorities for the next UK government.'
The British Chambers of Commerce and Bibby Financial Services have revealed that uncertainty around Brexit, tariffs and exchange rate volatility are holding back the potential of many UK exporters.
The British Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Survey – the largest private sector survey of business sentiment and a leading indicator of UK GDP growth, closely watched by policymakers including the Bank of England – finds that economic conditions weaken in the third quarter of 2019.
The British Chambers of Commerce today publishes an evaluation of official UK Government guidance to businesses on critical operational issues in the event of an unwanted ‘no deal’ exit on 31st October.
Over two-fifths (43%) of businesses have had employees absent from work for more than four weeks due to ill health in the last two years, according to new research by the British Chambers of Commerce and Unum.
The British Chambers of Commerce has today (Monday) released its latest economic forecast, downgrading growth expectations for the UK in 2019 to 1.2% (from 1.3%) and to 0.8% (from 1.0%) for 2020. Our GDP growth forecast of 1.2% remains unchanged for 2021.
The British Chambers of Commerce publishes new research demonstrating some of the potential real-world consequences of the UK leaving the EU without a deal on the 31st of October.
Many UK exporters are treading water at a time of deep uncertainty, according to the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL.