UK manufacturing failures seen up 52 pct in 2009


LONDON, March 31 (Reuters) - The number of British manufacturing businesses going bust will increase 52 percent this year, a study by accountants and business advisors BDO Stoy Hayward LLP forecast on Tuesday. Hit by slowing demand and a lack of available credit, 2,300 such businesses -- or one in 44 manufacturers -- will fail in 2009, according to BDO's Manufacturing Industry Watch report. Kim Stubbs, business restructuring partner and manufacturing sector specialist at BDO said the ...

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