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FLS unlikely to impact business loans until mid 2013

The Funding for Lending scheme (FLS) is unlikely to materially impact net lending to businesses until the middle of next year, according to the latest quarterly bulletin from the Bank of England.

BIS awards first 55m under Business Finance Partnership

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has awarded the first 55m under the Business Finance Partnership (BFP) to four successful bidders.

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Autumn Statement fails to inspire print

This week's Autumn Statement has failed to 'wow' the print industry, despite the reduction in corporation tax, increase in capital allowances and scrapping of the 3p fuel duty hike.

DS Smith H1 results boosted by SCA acquisition

UK recycled packaging group DS Smith has posted a 62% increase in 2012 first half profits helping to offset significant decline in UK paper revenues.

Concern over skills funding ahead of Autumn Statement

Concerns have arisen over proposals, expected to be backed by the Chancellor in the Autumn Statment, that could see billions of pounds of ring-fenced skills funding devolved to a single pot.

KBA to close Trennfeld site

KBA is to merge its Trennfeld plant into its main Wrzburg facility 16 miles away, a move it said would save several million euros a year but lead to "almost all" 220 staff being offered new roles.

Funding for Lending users cut borrowing by 1.1bn

Lending decreased by 1.1bn across the six banks that borrowed from the Bank of England (BoE) during the first two months of its Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS).

Kodak secures $830m exit finance facility

Kodak said its lenders were demonstrating increased confidence in the company's future after they boosted its $793m interim and exit finance facility by $37m and established "improved" terms for repayment.

Veil of secrecy around print's 'secret six' uncovered

The Royal Mail's undercover printers, who anonymously produced thousands of stamps for the Olympics, have been revealed. These are their stories

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