BBC Parliament
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The things in relation to transport, skills and economic development, there's hope they could have an immediacy and linking the money together. In principle, the money taken from business rates was for a business activities. I would also say, we have to look at the sections of the powers of section 51 to give guidance.
BBC Parliament
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I am reassured to hear the Secretary of State saying this industrial strategy will be a much broader and wide-ranging 1-run the one after World War II. When we look at what managed to lift but a note of economic gloom in the 1980s, tax simplification was at the centre of that.
BBC News 24
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Yes, Theresa May will be in Washington. She will have spoken to other European leaders and it will be talking about Nato and European security as well, you would imagine. She has already said she will stand up to Donald Trump when she feels she needs to. There is more on that story on our website and smart-phone app - there's also more from our business team about "Trump-onomics" - and what we know so far about the president's economic plans.
BBC Parliament
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I had not thought of reviving a gentleman 's proposal. I had not bedrock of local economic life. How can the secretary of state demonstrate my constituents in catering that the industrial strategy is relevant to them? My staff they can employ.
BBC Parliament
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Factoring and exports are benefiting greatly from... The much more needs to be done to build the country's industrial strength. Will he give serious consideration to re-establish in the national economic development Council on how British industry may be doing in the future? I am interested then the honourable gentleman 's proposal.
BBC News 24
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In many cases, it meant that America and its allies were able to preserve the peace. There has been peace in Europe for many decades. The question now is really a bit different from how you have just characterised it. The question is, if America withdraws and as a Russian colleague has just said, America is not interested in these ideals or democracy, then what happens to it alliances? The question is, will the liberal and economic order be maintained? Will the prosperity that we have known for the last few decades continue? That is now the question.
Sky News
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He talked about how the campaign and around the Thanksgiving period. He talked about that big a big priority. That is one of the things where I think the energy sector and the national resources are an area where the president is a very came by making sure that we maximise our use of natural resources to America's benefit. Good for economic growth, good for jobs, and good for American energy.
Sky News
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In a multinational agreement that is not the case. Many cases, all of the other countries have to agree to an action or let somebody else. That is not putting the US interest first. On the question about Keystone and he access. All negative and of his executive actions about how you recite Dakota and the Keystone Pipeline, areas that we can increase jobs and economic growth and tap into America's energy supply more, that is something he has been very clear about.
Sky News
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.. Gill he is committed to make sure America, the American people and taxpayers see some benefit and assured the edges are not just sending checks. That we are doing something to protect America a in our economic interest.
BBC News 24
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Today, he withdrew America from the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership. He says it is key to securing American jobs and economic security. In tone and substance, Donald Trump promises to be a very different president from his most immediate predecessors. I think he will be quite revolutionary.
BBC News 24
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Sky News
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America is not going to be in the TPP and that is a big blow to their economic plans, and Donald Trump's critics would say to America's standing in the world leaving a void that China could possibly go into.
Sky News
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All of those nations around the Pacific Rim on the right-hand side in the East, Chile, Peru, Mexico, the United States, and Canada. We to rethink their economic plans, because they have been betting on the TPP that effectively set up a single market for the Pacific Rim area.
Sky News
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In a sense, it is symbolic. It sends a very clear signal to these Asian countries will have to rethink the economic plans. It is a very clear signal about Donald Trump that he is committed to protectionism, despite all the reservations of his partners including Theresa May. Who wants her own free trade that with America when she comes here on Thursday.
Sky News
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His critics will say it is denying access to American exports to Asia, or the greatest access the deal was giving America. Asian countries, countries around the Pacific Rim had pinned their hopes and a lot economic planning based on this deal.
BBC Parliament
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The competitiveness of our own economy is important. That's why the Government is committed to a modern industrial strategy. Its objective is to improve living standards and economic growth by increasing productivity and driving growth across the whole country.
BBC Parliament
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THE SPEAKER: Order. Statement the Secretary of State for business, energy and industrial strategy. Thank you Mr Speaker. Mr Speaker, this is a hugely important moment for the United Kingdom. A moment when we must prepare a new strategy to earn a prosperous living in the years ahead. Leaving the European Union allows and requires Britain to make long-term decisions about our economic future. We will, of course, be ambitious in the upcoming negotiations and will secure the best possible access tore firms to trade with and trade in the European market.
Sky News
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The objective is to improve living standards and economic growth by increasing productivity and driving growth across the call country. The Green Paper today as part of an open dialogue to develop a strategy as the enduring foundation of an economy that works for everyone.
Sky News
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This is important for the United Kingdom. We need a new strategy to be prosperous in the years ahead. Leaving the European Union allows Britain to make long-term decisions are better economic future. We will be ambitious and the upcoming negotiations and we will secure the best possible access for firms to trade with an operating the European market.
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The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested former chairman and three ex-executives of IDBI Bank and four executives of Kingfisher Airlines in the Vijay Mallya loan default case, said the sources today. Earlier today, CBI has searched the offices of Vijay Mallya-owned United Breweries (UB) group in Bengaluru, informed a CBI official. "A 12-member team of the CBI is searching the offices in the UB City with a search warrant from a Delhi court. We are providing logistical support and assistance to the team," the official said. Though the official declined to specify the reason for the search warrant, informed sources hinted that the exercise was in connection with a FERA violation case against the group companies and Mallya. The group company said its officials were cooperating with the CBI team. CBI has registered two cases against Mallya who had left the country after changes were made in the CBI lookout circular against him enabling his exit.
The Economic Times
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