Maxwell, Chris
June 2016
Director;Jun2016, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p52
The article explores the British government initiative to rebalance the economy by creating synergy between Northern English cities to revitalise the economy in the north of England. Topics covered include the debate over transport and devolution caused by the initiative, whether such issues will distract business owners from growth opportunities available to them right now, and the need for more private sector involvement for the initiative to be successful.


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