ONS figures show that the UK isn't in nearly as bad shape as once thought
The CBI calls for measures to make our view of exporting a little more picturesque
Almost half of British retailers find the USA the toughest market to crack, according to Barclays
Successfully crossing the pond is the ultimate measure of success. If an entrepreneur can flog their wares to the American market, respect and riches beckon
Economic hardship producing ‘two-tier’ economy of winners and losers
It was a close call, but all the signs are that the UK has managed to avoid the dreaded triple-dip recession – phew.
The UK is not facing a triple-dip recession, says the British Chambers of Commerce
Given how important manufacturing is to the UK, any little fluctuation can have a huge impact. Which is why it’s great news that figures for August show it’s in far ruder health than previously estimated