PRESS DIGEST - Financial Times - Dec 27


The Financial Times PRODUCERS PLAN FOR GROWTH NEXT YEAR The pressure building across the world economy and talk of finance shortages for expansion projects are not deterring many UK manufacturers from drawing up growth plans for 2008. "We are seeing no signs of a credit crunch," said Chris Rea, chairman and owner of AES Engineering, a maker of seals for use in chemical and oil plants. The company is planning a 13-million-pound investment programme for next year. "(We) are having no ...

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