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Spring Statement 2018: The UK needs to address productivity

The UK needs to address productivity

James Stewart, Vice Chair at KPMG in the UK comments on today’s Spring Statement

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“The Spring Statement contained few new details, but it was reassuring to see the Chancellor refer to Britain’s productivity challenge in his response to the OBR’s forecasts. Tackling this challenge is vital as we prepare for Brexit and look to improve our infrastructure in important areas such as technology, roads, railways and airports to connect business with employees and customers across the UK. 

“If UK productivity is going to improve, the Government’s Industrial Strategy must fix these imbalances and offer greater support to the regions and their leadership. We welcome greater investment in the UK’s workforce and encourage investment in new technologies to accelerate growth in our economy.”

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