Monthly Archives: February 2012

Don’t you forget about me: A vibrant SME sector should be a cornerstone of Welsh economic development policy

In the wake of the House of Commons report on inward investment in Wales, this week’s blog looks at the other side of the economic coin, namely small businesses in Wales, in the wake of the latest Federation of Small … Continue reading

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Show me the Money?

Quantitative Easing (QE) is an issue that has been much in evidence in the media recently. This week’s blog considers the issue of QE, the Bank of England’s recent injection of another £50bn into the economy, and how this might … Continue reading

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The missing piece of the Jigsaw?

In this week’s blog the recent report on inward investment in Wales is discussed, and a call made for a similar focus for indigenous development. Wales has certainly had a problem in the last few years in attracting its “fair” share … Continue reading

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Perception is 9/10ths of the Truth?

In this week’s blog, the differing portrayals of the Welsh economy are discussed.  In the last few days, there have been a number of optimistic stories in the Welsh media concerning individual companies, such as Biotec and Unimaq. Conversely, however, an … Continue reading

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