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In the latest Economic snapshot, the CBI's Chief Economist highlights the major economic trends business leaders need to know about this month.
The UK has made gains in reading, maths and science, according to the international school rankings from the OECD. John Cope, CBI Head of Education & Skills policy, said:
“This year’s results confirm the UK is outperforming the PISA average, but there are some clear areas where improvement must happen. Young people’s ability and potential is evenly spread across the country, yet opportunity for them to succeed is not."
CBI Scotland Director Tracy Black has responded to the launch of the SNP manifesto:
“Amidst the political and constitutional debate, we can’t lose sight of what Scotland’s economy really needs – devolved and central governments working together, using every lever at their disposal to stimulate growth and generate prosperity.”
CBI Deputy Director-General Josh Hardie has responded to the launch of the Conservative manifesto
“Businesses will be heartened by a pro-enterprise vision. But sustainable economic growth will be risked if there is a needless rush for a bare bones Brexit deal that would slow down our domestic progress for a generation.”
CBI Director-General Carolyn Fairbairn has responded to the launch of the Liberal Democrat manifesto:
“Many aspects of the Lib Dems’ manifesto will help enterprise flourish. But there is a mixed picture when it comes to infrastructure. Kicking the can down the road with a moratorium on airport expansions is not a viable option for a leading economy.”
CBI Director-General Carolyn Fairbairn has responded to the launch of the Labour manifesto:
“Labour’s default instinct for state control will drag our economy down, rather than lift people up. Business shares Labour’s goals for a close trade relationship with Europe and a fairer, greener and more inclusive economy at home.”