Last quote by Terry Scuoler
Manufacturers are part of supply networks that criss-cross the continent, our nearest and most significant market. The new Government's first priority, therefore, should be to commit to a Brexit strategy that leads to a positive deal for both the UK and the EU. The US, Germany and France are far ahead of us in the productivity league table. Our output per head and per worker does not even match that of Italy. Tackling this huge productivity challenge is at the essence of the strategy the Prime Minister laid out three months ago.feedback
“Industry will welcome the Prime Minister's decision to seek a clear mandate. The last year has been one of considerable uncertainty which, if it had gone on unchecked, would have risked hampering future investment.” said Terry Scuoler on this article: British businesses can take this snap election in their stride. This page contains 6 articles quoting Terry Scuoler. Main topics on which Terry Scuoler is quoted are risk and condition. In addition you’ll find 6 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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Quotes by Terry Scuoler
Apr 18 2017
Industry will welcome the Prime Minister's decision to seek a clear mandate. The last year has been one of considerable uncertainty which, if it had gone on unchecked, would have risked hampering future investment.feedback
Mar 30 2017
Doing all of this within a two-year timetable will be fiendishly difficult, if not impossible, and Britain will need to seek a transition period to avoid serious economic shocks. Businesses must also be able to continue to employ and deploy staff as freely as possible.feedback
Mar 27 2017
Close consultation between government and industry is now vital if we are to successfully deliver a deal that supports trade and minimises costs and uncertainty. Brexit will be the most complex unravelling that any UK government is ever likely to have to undertake and the government will need the help of industry to identify, understand and mitigate the implications.feedback
Mar 26 2017
The rhetoric from the UK government needs to focus instead on achieving a deal that will work for the UK and the EU.feedback
Jan 09 2017
Global political upheaval means that 2017 looks set to be another bumpy ride, with manufacturers forced to navigate uncertainty, unpredictable economic conditions and a number of risks that have been amplified by Brexit.feedback
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