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London and Thames Valley are the UK’s Most Competitive Economies
12th September 2016
London and Thames Valley are the UK’s Most Competitive Economies The UK’s economic competitiveness continues to be driven by businesses located largely in London and the South East of England. This is one of the findings of the 2016 edition of the UK Competitiveness Index compiled by Professor Robert Huggins of Cardiff University and Dr Piers Thompson of Nottingham Trent University. Based on a basket of economic indicators, the report finds that London accounts for the top nine most competitive local authority areas in Britain, headed by some distance by the City of London, and followed by Westminster, Camden, and Islington.

Silicon Valley remains the world’s leading economic hotspot
14th July 2014
Silicon Valley remains the world’s leading economic hotspot

One of the largest international surveys of the competitiveness of regions and cities finds that Silicon Valley in California remains the world’s leading economic hotspot.


UK competitiveness increasingly concentrated in London
11th November 2013
UK competitiveness increasingly concentrated in London Since the financial crisis the City of London has become a more important source of competitiveness and future growth for the British economy as a whole. This is one of the findings of the 2013 UK Competitiveness Index report, compiled by Professor Robert Huggins of Cardiff University and Dr Piers Thompson of Nottingham Trent University, which benchmarks the competitiveness of all local authority areas in Britain.

 

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London and Thames Valley are the UK’s Most Competitive Economies
12th September 2016
London and Thames Valley are the UK’s Most Competitive Economies The UK’s economic competitiveness continues to be driven by businesses located largely in London and the South East of England. This is one of the findings of the 2016 edition of the UK Competitiveness Index compiled by Professor Robert Huggins of Cardiff University and Dr Piers Thompson of Nottingham Trent University. Based on a basket of economic indicators, the report finds that London accounts for the top nine most competitive local authority areas in Britain, headed by some distance by the City of London, and followed by Westminster, Camden, and Islington.

Silicon Valley remains the world’s leading economic hotspot
14th July 2014
Silicon Valley remains the world’s leading economic hotspot

One of the largest international surveys of the competitiveness of regions and cities finds that Silicon Valley in California remains the world’s leading economic hotspot.


UK competitiveness increasingly concentrated in London
11th November 2013
UK competitiveness increasingly concentrated in London Since the financial crisis the City of London has become a more important source of competitiveness and future growth for the British economy as a whole. This is one of the findings of the 2013 UK Competitiveness Index report, compiled by Professor Robert Huggins of Cardiff University and Dr Piers Thompson of Nottingham Trent University, which benchmarks the competitiveness of all local authority areas in Britain.

 

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