THE wealth of any country is made up from the sum of the goods and services it produces. But as far as Britain is concerned, successive governments seem to have done their best to stifle this. They have, in fact, drained away the whole—or the greater part—of the manufacturing potential. Profit today is much more likely in the speculative field. By legislation manufacturing has become so restricted that it is almost impossible to start a new business or to continue profitably to run an existing one. To do so is fraught with danger. The chance of success is far too small to attract neither capital nor workers.
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