Development bank recommended to boost Welsh economy
A development bank for businesses has been recommended as a "catalyst and driving force" for them to help the Welsh economy continue to grow.
Professor Dylan Jones-Evans led a group examining concerns firms were not able to borrow the money they needed to expand and take on more staff.
It found a "market failure" in available finance.
The development bank, a first of its kind for part of the UK, could have a "significant impact" on small business.
BBC Wales business correspondent Brian Meechan reports.
10 Mar 2015
- From the section Wales