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Publisher: East Midlands Development Agency
Languages: English
Types: Book
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This report assesses the importance of the express delivery industry for the economy of the East Midlands. It complements a similar report looking at the economic importance of the express industry for the UK as a whole. As well as quantifying the direct economic contribution made by companies in the express industry to employment and Gross Value Added (GVA) in the East Midlands, it also considers the importance of express services to businesses in other sectors in the region based on a detailed survey of 75 companies (a sample that we consider is appropriate to a study of this type and robust enough to help highlight key trends). This survey illustrates the contribution that the express industry makes to the capabilities and competitiveness of other sectors of the East Midlands economy.
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    • 2% of firms would probably have to relocate from the East Midlands to another UK region and a further 3% possibly would have to do so.
    • 3% of firms would probably have to relocate from the East Midlands to another country and a further 2% possibly would have to do so.
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