Chancellor urges UK SMEs to make the most of opportunities in Asia


In his speech to Hong Kong business leaders on 20 February, George Osborne called for Britain’s businesses to invest in the budding Asian market.

Osborne said: “Britain is not investing enough or exporting enough. We cannot rely on consumers alone for our economic growth, as we did in previous decades.” He signaled moves to stimulate exports, saying he wanted to see ‘Made in Britain’ products visible around the world.

In order to be truly successful internationally, SMEs must think big and invest in the development of language skills such as Mandarin.

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