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These are the latest CBI survey dates.

3 August – SME Trends Survey (0001)

23 August – Monthly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

25 August – Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

30 August – Service Sector Survey (0001)

Image of CBI comments on Hinkley Point delay

29 Jul 2016

The CBI commented on the decision by the Government to delay approval for the construction of Hinkley Point nuclear power station in Somerset.

Image of CBI comments on Hinkley Point nuclear power station

28 Jul 2016

The CBI commented on the approval for the construction of Hinkley Point nuclear power station in Somerset by the board of EDF.

Image of High street sales see summer fall

27 Jul 2016

Retail sales fell at the fastest pace in over four years in July, according to our latest monthly Distributive Trades Survey.

Image of Manufacturing prospects muted after Brexit – CBI

25 Jul 2016

While there are some signs of recovery, new orders growth expectations fall to a four year low

Image of Our comments on digital Export Directory

21 Jul 2016

The CBI commented on the Department for International Trade’s creation of a Digital Export Directory.

Image of CBI-MEDEF joint communiqué on Franco-British relations

21 Jul 2016

A long-planned senior delegation from the French Business Confederation  MEDEF came to the UK this week for meetings with key political figures and business leaders.

Image of 5 key principles for EU negotiations

21 Jul 2016

The CBI has set out five principles that should underpin the UK’s negotiations with the EU to ensure the most successful future for the UK economy.

Image of Our response to ONS labour market statistics

20 Jul 2016

Unemployment fell by 54,000 in the three months to May 2016 and employment rose by 176,000, according to the latest ONS labour market statistics.

Image of Getting skills right more vital than ever post-referendum

19 Jul 2016

As the UK carves out a new economic future following the vote to leave the EU, ensuring everyone has the skills to compete is more important than ever. 

Image of We support making Britain a place that works for everyone

15 Jul 2016

CBI Director-General, Carolyn Fairbairn, explores the priorities of the new Government.