|Impact of the Olympics on business 'negligible'|
|Thursday, 19 July 2012 10:00|
90 per cent of southern companies have seen no increase in business, research shows.
The impact of the Olympics on the economy may have been over-stated, according to new research. Conducted on the eve of the Games, Business Environment’s study of companies in the south found that just a tenth of firms have seen an increase in business as a result of the event.
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