Last quote by Lee Hopley
It is vital the government sends a signal to industry and investors in the UK and overseas that it is doing everything in its power to get growth of the UK economy back on the agenda.feedback
Lee Hopley has been quoted 5 times in 4 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Lee Hopley’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Lee Hopley speaks about are sector and result, for example. Most recently, Lee Hopley was quoted in the article UK factories ride crest of European upturn, for now: survey saying, “This period is likely to be the peak, however, and we are likely to see a more stable picture in the coming months rather than any further significant acceleration. There is little doubt that Brexit is likely to weigh on sentiment over the next twelve months with uncertainty over the UK's terms of exit.”.
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Quotes by Lee Hopley
Sep 04 2017
This period is likely to be the peak, however, and we are likely to see a more stable picture in the coming months rather than any further significant acceleration. There is little doubt that Brexit is likely to weigh on sentiment over the next twelve months with uncertainty over the UK's terms of exit.feedback
Sep 04 2017
Exporting companies are capitalising on growth in the world economy – Europe in particular. That's encouraging buyers of manufactured goods everywhere, and UK is helping those supply chains, helped by the weak pound.feedback
Jun 04 2017
Industry is reporting that output and orders have continued to head higher in recent months and the recovery in manufacturing globally is a big part of the story. It's very encouraging that UK manufacturers have positioned themselves to capitalise on the windfall of a competitive pound and resurgent world economy.feedback
Sep 04 2016
While the referendum outcome appears not to have pushed the sector back into recession, the results do not provide confidence that a return to stronger growth is on the cards this year either.feedback
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