This is an excellent article from George Osborne in today’s Daily Telegraph. Check it out!
George Osborne’s upbeat visit to China, Japan and Hong Kong is brilliantly timed to distance him from the Euro contagion fears and confidently stress that the UK is open to business, whether it’s expanded trading in the Yuan (Chinese currency) or investing in replacing the UK’s aging infrastructure.
The UK will get a huge boost from hosting the Olympics this Summer – the French may fret that Paris failed to win against London.
If the Coalition Government can retain confidence of the markets and the UK public facing austerity until the Summer, is it just possible that the UK will have a very strong 2011 paving the way to recovery?
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