Government support needed to unlock billions in green business, says industry

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Green market could expand from two per cent to 13 per cent of UK economy by 2050 with the right policies, says low-carbon group that includes Ikea, Siemens and M&S

The UK could be a green business powerhouse in the next three decades, but only if given proper support by government, a group representing more than 30 low-carbon companies has said. The low-carbon...

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