PwC: Four-in-five UK firms expect to raise prices in next two years due to high energy costs

Stuart Stone
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High energy costs have left more than 70 per cent of companies expecting to be less competitive over the next two years, new survey reveals

A survey of senior business executives has found 81 per cent plan to increase the price of their products and services at least moderately over the next two years, in response to high energy costs and...

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