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The UK  Railway Sector - Industry leaders World-class solution - June 2007

In the UK, companies, including many of the world's major corporations, plug directly into the heart of global finance, global creative and professional services, global media and global talent. They enjoy access to world-class science and academia and link into a wide network of smaller enterprises, many of which are also world leaders in their fields.

A unique multicultural and entrepreneurial economy, the UK is at the hub of international business, bringing the world to a company's door. In short, it is the gateway to the globe. You too can be at the heart of this global crossroads.

Source: UK Trade & Investment

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The UK Ports Sector - World-leading capability - August 2006

An online directory which will introduce you to the UK's Port industry capabilities and expertise. Throughout the website you can learn more and gain access to a wide range of UK companies from consultants and financial institutions, to security and training providers. Whatever the demands of your business in the Port sector, UK companies can provide quality advice, products and services to help.

Source: UK Trade & Investment

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Motor Dealer Review - August 2006

New car registrations in the yeas to July were 4.2% lower than in the same period of 2005. Registrations by fleet operators decreased by 2.30% compared with the same period last year, while sales in the business sector fell by 10.9% and private sector registrations fell by 5.2%.

The weakness in the private market has intensified over the past few months, with the annual rate of decline in sales to the segment accelerating to -9.8% in July compared to the same month last year.

Source: Barclays Bank

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Success and Sustainability in the UK Automotive Industry - April 2006

Knowledge and skills play an increasingly important role in the UK's capacity for innovation and growth. And the motor industry in the UK is meeting those challenges successfully, measured by its total activity rather than by the assembly of the final product. The UK is consolidating its leading position as a centre of excellence in the production of vehicles and components, satisfying the demand of a vibrant domestic market and providing wider access to the rest of the European customer base.

The UK is an excellent place to do business. It is home to an increasingly dynamic industry at the forefront of process improvement, product innovation and best practice, delivered by the best people. We have skills and flexibility in our workforce, we have the backbone of our world-beating motor sports experience, we have the engineering capability, we have a proven track record for innovative development, and our designers are world-renowned.

Source: Department of Trade and Industry

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Civil aerospace in the 21st century - January 2006

Air travel is an integral part of life in the 21st century. More people fly now than ever before and the industry has evolved such that the principles of competition have been applied to most of the services associated with flying. And the industry is attracting new entrants in various segments. From low cost airlines to low cost manufacturers. Yet there are increasing concerns about the environmental implications of air travel, the level of government intervention in the industry, its security and safety.

This paper reviews the three major factors that have shaped today's industry since the pioneering days of the 1920s - the continuing growth of the world economy; the modernization of the industry's regulatory framework and the development of the airframe, engine and equipment supplier base.

Source: PriceWaterHouseCoopers

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Retail, Wholesale and Motor Distribution - January 2006

Retail sales amounted to over 256 billion in 2004 according to official government statistics. Over a third of consumers' expenditure is spent in shops, the remainder going on consumer services (leisure, transport, utilities, etc).

Retailing is a major business sector, accounting for about 5$ of the UK economy in terms of gross value added. It is labour intensive and employs 2.9 million people, about 11% of employees in employment.

Source: Barclays Bank

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