* from an interview conducted on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme on Friday 6th David Cameron talked about re balancing the economy.
The BBC interviewer Evan Davis was a little over eager to get his views across in contradicting and challenging the Prime Minister and tended to talk over the Prime Minister rather .
Luckily with the help of BBC I player you repeat parts of the interview where Davis talked over the PM to get hold of what the Prime Minister said.
David Cameron Interview on 6th January BBC Radio 4 Today Programme (3.24 min into interview)
(3.24 min into interview)
Mr. Cameron defended the use of his use of veto at the EU summit and described the problems across the Euro zone of many of the UK's customers whom the UK has to sell to- had the semblance of a "cold chill".
When asked by Evan Davis on what 'Good News' there was for British business in 2012, the Prime Minister mentioned that
"..because the UK has got a plan to combat our excessive deficits and debts and because that plan has confidence in it ,our interest rates are low, lower than many other countries in Europe and that frankly is the best stimulus we can give to our economy. "
He conceded that this re balancing is not going as far and as fast as the Government wanted it to do.
- The Greater Manchester Enterprise Zone
- The drive for more apprenticeships worked based learning
- The cut in corporation tax
- UK export success to India and China.
UK’s biggest car exporter ? I would not have said Nissan but
they are. Nissan's Sunderland factory is expected to be a
major supplier of cars as the company continues to ramp up
its European dealer network, adding some 1,000 new
dealerships between 2006 and 2014 in an effort to overtake
Business secretary, Vince cable said last year during a dinner hosted by SMMT that " Eleven of the global volume manufacturers have bases here, backed by 19 of the world's top 20 suppliers.
In 2011 alone:
Industry car production in the UK moved up to an estimated 1.35 million cars, representing strong growth over the last two years, through the overall figure remains well below the peak.
Bentley sales bounced back to levels last achieved before the credit crunch.
Rolls Royce sales hit best ever in its 107 years of business.
Many congratulations to all at Rolls Royce but especially those involved in selling from fruitsofsuccesswithugh.blogspot
In 2011, Rolls sold 3,538 cars. Sales at the BMW luxury brand rose by 31%.
The market for Rolls -Royce models grew particularly fast in Germany and Russia, where sales more than doubled last year.
Sales in the Asia pacific area grew by 47% while in the Middle East rose by 23%.
Jaguar Land Rover announced their plans to build a £700.000 super car with Williams F1 and to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in a new manufacturing facilities, creating hundreds of jobs.
Opel/Vauxhall stated it would produce its next Vivaro in Luton.
Formula 1 company McLaren started anew road car division complete with a new factory.