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These are the latest CBI survey dates

2 April – Growth Indicator Survey for March (0001)

24 April - Quarterly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

27 April – Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

30 April – Growth Indicator Survey (0001)

Image of Medium-sized businesses focused on growth despite uncertainty associated with Brexit

31 Mar 2017

MSBs played a leading role in the economic recovery after the global financial crisis – and now they are gearing up for another challenging period with life – and growth - after Brexit.

Image of Business rates, devolution, regional growth and housing all on agenda in CBI Westminster talks

31 Mar 2017

The CBI engages with the Lord Mayor, meets with the Communities and Local Government Secretary to discuss business rates, and presents to Labour backbench MPs on regional growth.

Image of CBI welcomes last week's Budget as a breakthrough moment for skills

16 Mar 2017

Breakthrough Budget for skills with the Chancellor announcing an additional £500 million a year investment in technical education.

Image of Our reaction to the personal injury rate change

27 Feb 2017

The CBI commented on the change in the Discount Rate used to calculate compensation awards for personal injuries from 2.5% to -0.75%.

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19 Jan 2017

Another busy fortnight for the CBI, with meetings with the shadow Brexit secretary and the financial secretary to the Treasury

Image of Full Autumn Statement 2016 reaction

23 Nov 2016

Read the CBI's full response to the first Autumn Statement since the EU referendum.

Image of Initial response to Autumn Statement 2016

23 Nov 2016

The CBI has responded to the first Autumn Statement since the EU referendum.

Image of Jeremy Corbyn: We want to work with business to deliver prosperity - #CBI2016

21 Nov 2016

Rt Hon Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of HM Opposition delivers his keynote speech to #CBI2016 Annual Conference.

Image of Westminster roundup

17 Nov 2016

The CBI’s senior team has been meeting senior figures in both parties, including the prime minister’s chiefs of staff and the shadow chancellor in advance of the autumn statement

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07 Nov 2016

Amid the uncertainty around Brexit, the government must use the Autumn Statement as an opportunity to build confidence among business. In energy and climate change, this means making key policy decisions to support investment, says CBI Infrastructure Director, Rhian Kelly