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The fourth survey of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) from QBE, the specialist business insurer, shows that 65 per cent of professional services SMEs believe that full economic recovery in the UK will take two years.

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The majority of SMEs in the UK expect to wait two years before they see a full economic recovery, according to business insurer QBE.

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The third survey of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) from QBE, the specialist business insurer, shows that the economic climate continues to challenge the UK’s business base, with more than one in five, 21%, of SMEs saying they would find it difficult to survive if current conditions were to persist.

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Around one in five UK SMEs say they would find it difficult to survive if current conditions were to persist, according to the latest survey from business insurer QBE.

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