T三级成人视频ej Parikh, the IoD’s chief economist, warned that confidence next year is likely to be sensitive to developments in talks over the UK’s long-term relationship with the EU.
However, he said the result gives businesses a framework around which they can put in place plans to invest, hire, and expand.
三级成人视频Mr Parikh added that there are “undoubtedly some exciting stocking-fillers for businesses in the Government’s agenda”, such as plans to cut business rates and increase research and development tax credits in a bid to help companies become more productive.
A survey by the Federation of Small Businesses found that Mr Johnson’s agenda has strong support from small firms.
Seven in 10 smaller companies backed the government's pledge for a £5bn investment in broadband, while two-thirds were in favour of plans to widen a discount on national insurance bills.
Mike Cherry, FSB national chairman, said he was encouraged to see the new administration committing wholeheartedly to infrastructure spending.
三级成人视频He added: “Business rates reform, support with employment costs and an end to our late payment crisis are also vital."