OECD report on Core Cities is key to 'levelling up' the UK

By Ann McGauran | 03 March 2020

Productivity in the UK’s Core Cities is low by national and international standards and they have the potential for much stronger and more inclusive growth, according to a new report from the OECD.

The report commissioned by Core Cities - an alliance of 11 cities outside London –calls for a suite of wide-ranging policy measures to boost productivity in both towns and cities, linking their economies to create business, jobs and wage growth.

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