The British Retail Consortium has expressed disappointment about the £5...

The British Retail Consortium has expressed disappointment about the £5 billion (€5.57bn-$7.36bn) top-up credit insurance scheme announced by the government to help suppliers to deal with risky customers, billing it as “too little, too late for the retail sector.” The program, which we reported in the last issue, is set ...

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