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Economic landscape presentation gives food for thought – GGF

  • 13 Oct 2020

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) Members’ Week featured a presentation on ‘The Economic Landscape’ by Professor Noble Francis, Economics Director of the Construction Products Association. 

The webinar was one of the best attended during Members’ Week and potential scenarios on the economy were presented, which undoubtedly gave those viewing some food for thought.

Professor Noble Francis commented: “I was very happy to present at the GGF Members’ Week as the Glass and Glazing Federation has a great and knowledgeable membership.

“My presentation covered how we see the recovery developing over the next 12-18 months for the UK economy and for the key construction sectors.

“In addition, the presentation covered what the key issues currently are for firms in construction as well as the key risks and opportunities.”

Professor Francis’ presentation and his economic scenarios are available by clicking here

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