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Royal Mail must work with its allies, not against them

While the national media are up in arms over the Royal Mail's 30% and almost 40% increase in the cost of First and Second Class stamps respectively, the true impact of the latest price increases, for the print industry at least, aren't likely to become apparent for a few weeks, if not months.

Quantum boasts ambition, but can Xeikon live up to it?

It is no secret that inkjet will be big at Drupa 2012 and the most likely label for the 2012 iteration of the world's largest graphic arts trade show will be 'Inkjet Drupa' (again). It's too early, though, to count out toner-based technology and apart from many important - but incremental - improvements we expect to see, there is still potential for ground-breaking improvements in toner tech.

Germany could teach the UK some very important lessons

Despite its relatively high labour costs, Germany is the world's largest goods exporter after China. Much of this success is attributed to the country's legion of small and medium-sized firms, known as the Mittelstand, that are renowned for their ability to innovate and generate growth.

State banks appeal to SMEs, but there are better options

The economist Adam Posen is a man that few printers will have heard of before this week. Known primarily for being the arch-dove on the Bank of England's nine member Monetary Policy Committee, Posen has long been advocating (loudly and in isolation) a further bout of quantitative easing.

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