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Commenting on the Draft EU Withdrawal Agreement, Colin Stanbridge, CEO, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry said:
“Grandstanding and resignations may satisfy political egos but do not help the country and the businesses that create the UKs wealth.
According to a major new poll of the London Public, Business leaders and Borough Councillors, immigration is seen as having had a positive impact overall over the past five years, with the growth of International student numbers seen as good and highly-skilled workers seen as the most important group for the capital’s economy.
While Brexit is a key factor, the government must do much more to support the capital’s prosperity London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has warned.
Responding to reports of the Prime Minister stating that low-skilled migration will fall after Brexit day, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has said that tough talking at a party conference may lead to harm to the economy.
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has called on the Mayor of London to devise proposals for a new immigration system for the capital.
Commenting on the announcement that the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) will now not open until Autumn 2019, Colin Stanbridge, chief executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) said:
More than half of London businesses are worried about business space in London with key concerns cited as rental costs, business rates and overhead costs.
Significant changes need to be made to skills and training provision in London if the capital is to continue to thrive, according to authors of London’s largest local business report.
London businesses need more support to build international trade links and capitalise on an upsurge in confidence London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said.
Basic numeracy and literacy and IT skills are viewed as more important by employers than technical or sales techniques according to new research by London Chamber of Commerce and Industry.