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Productivity Plan Will Make Investment Better for Savers, Companies and the Economy

The Investment Association | Investment Association

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In response to the launch of the government's Productivity Plan today, Daniel Godfrey, Chief Executive of The Investment Association, said:

"It is crucial that Britain solves its productivity problem so that the economy can deliver rising standards of living and healthier public finances.

"Long-term and sustainable productivity gains also ensure better returns for investors. That's why the investment industry is today pledging to help the Government deliver its Productivity Plan. We will provide long-term capital investment and supportive engagement with companies to help drive productivity growth.

"The Investment Association is leading the development of an Action Plan for this important project, which will be in place by the end of the year.  Success will make investment better for savers, companies and the economy."

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