Creditors circle, but Cargologicair could still rise from the ashes
Administrators are investigating a potential sale of Cargologicair (CLA), as creditors swirl around what was ...
It seems to have taken some time, but the UK government is finally trying to encourage more exports. Business has been calling on the government to offer financial help to firms hoping to expand internationally. It now says it is, and is also pushing companies to look beyond the Bric nations. Although, whether there will be a rush to export to Mongolia, where the foreign secretary is trying to drum up some business, is anyone’s guess.
Meanwhile, industrial output in the Eurozone has reached its highest pace in two years, according to this article.
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