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Businesses across West Cheshire and North Wales have seen a second consecutive quarter of growth in terms of sales and orders according to the latest quarterly economic survey from the sub region’s Chamber of Commerce.
Despite this levels remain below those seen in the first quarter of 2017.
The results were launched at a networking breakfast at St David’s Village Hotel in Ewloe which saw delegates listen to presentations from chamber board member Neil Ashbridge and Steve Hicks, an agent for the Bank of England Agency for Wales.
Neil Ashbridge gave an overview of the results of the survey while Steve Hicks offered an update on the latest from the Bank of England and the state of the UK economy.
Almost 130 businesses took part in the survey representing more than 7,900 employees.
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