Small Business News | British Chambers of Commerce wants red tape cut

Regulation costs for businesses grew by £11bn in 2009 after the UK adopted 40 new European regulations, according to new figures from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). The new government has already promised to reassess business regulations. The BCC is calling for a review of all regulations that incur costs for business and wants to see a moratorium on new employment laws until at least 2014. BBC News Online quote David Frost, the general director of BCC “During this critical time for the economy, we need businesses to be driving recovery and creating jobs“. For the full story please visit BBC News Online.


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