BCC comments on Coronavirus

27th February 2020

Commenting on the Coronavirus outbreak and its impact on business, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:

“Businesses are increasingly managing the economic impacts of Coronavirus, from shipping and travel restrictions to increased freight costs and supply chain disruption.

“Companies should consider the potential impact that the Coronavirus could have on their operations and act now to mitigate any risks.

“We continue to monitor its effects and are ensuring that firms are aware of official advice and guidance.”

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