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The findings form part of the latest Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) published by Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry in association with business advisors BDO.
IN the latest Quarterly Economic Survey from the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce, businesses from across the region have indicated a second consecutive quarter of growth in terms of sales and orders.
The last quarterly economic survey of the year by the Huddersfield-based Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce reported an increase in UK sales, strong export sales and orders and an improving picture for cashflow.
The Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) from the North East England Chamber of Commerce shows that export sales are up by 12.
The chamber's latest Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) has found a strong improvement in domestic markets with scores for sales and orders well above those from the last quarter.
Our Quarterly Economic Survey for Q4 indicated that, while greater Birmingham service firms have been performing more strongly in view of UK sales and exports, manufacturing sentiment has fallen amid a slowing world economy.
Our conclusions from our latest Quarterly Economic Survey suggest that businesses will be continuing to recruit more staff in the region.
WEST MIDLANDS business professionals were told manufacturers are leading the region's fight back when the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) held its latest Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) breakfast event.
St Helens Chamber's latest Quarterly Economic Survey showed businesses in the area are taking a "resilient" view as they plan for the future.
In its most recent Quarterly Economic Survey (QES), the North East Chamber of Commerce found that the workforce score is higher now than at any point since this survey started in 1995.
The latest Quarterly Economic Survey from South Wales Chamber of Commerce shows that 56.
ENGINEERING and ICT skills are in short supply across Wales despite increasing con-fidence from businesses across the country, according to the latest quarterly economic survey from the South Wales Chamber of Commerce.
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