Post on 30 January 2023
The Chancellor’s economic vision is missing two key ‘E’s
“The Chancellor is right to be optimistic about the future of British businesses who are desperate to grow and prosper. But beyond promises to introduce investment zones and use Solvency II reform to unlock capital, there was very little meat on the bones of the Chancellor’s vision.He notably failed to mention two Es when detailing his priority on “enterprise, education, jobs and everywhere”. If we don’t address energy and exports, our economic growth will continue to be held back.
Source : BCC.