BCC responds to launch of government guarantee to support provision of trade credit insurance

13th May 2020

Commenting on the launch of a temporary government backed guarantee to support the provision of trade credit insurance for businesses, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:

“The government has demonstrated once again that it is listening to the concerns of our business communities.

“The launch of a government-backed guarantee to support the provision of trade credit insurance will help ensure that this vital lifeline remains available to businesses during and after this crisis, helping to maintain supply chains and trade.”

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