Following the latest Quarterly Economic Survey covering Q4 2020, The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) have concluded that business conditions remain weak and show no signs of improvement for the vast majority.
The British Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) found that business conditions remained weak in the fourth quarter as the second lockdown squeezed activity.
Commenting on the support measures for business announced by the Chancellor, BCC Director General, Adam Marshall said:
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s announcement of a new, national lockdown in England, and following the implementation of a lockdown in Scotland earlier today, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
The UK left the European Customs Union and Single Market on 1st January 2021. Changes in regards to Certificates of Origin and Preferential Trade certificates were introduced on this date.
Providing an initial response to the announcement that the UK and EU have reached a trade agreement, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
BCC President, Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith's open letter to the Prime Minister calling for longer-term support for businesses.
This month, we are delighted to announce that Shorts Chartered Accountants have renewed their Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Patronage for the fifth consecutive year.
Commenting on the introduction of ‘Tier 4’ of Coronavirus restrictions in England, with many businesses once again forced to close their doors from 20th December, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said: