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Government 'must scrap red tape' for company bankruptcy help customers

Date Added: 16/02/2011  

The government has been urged to help small businesses such as those taking company bankruptcy help by removing red tape.

According to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), the decision not to extend the Time to Train regulations to employees of small and medium-sized businesses in April is to be welcomed.

But the organisation claimed that more needs to be done in order to help firms such as those which are in need of company bankruptcy help.

David Frost, director general of the BCC, stated that there has to be new initiatives to aid recruitment.

"Unless we see a further reduction in red tape, we will continue to see high levels of unemployment for the foreseeable future and could end up putting the recovery at risk," he said.

This comes shortly after the BCC welcomed changes announced to the immigration rules, claiming the move shows the coalition government is listening to the needs of firms such as company bankruptcy help customers.

Posted by Miles Pritchard 

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