Business bank proposals unveiled by Welsh Conservatives
Businesses could borrow public money via high street bank branches under a scheme proposed by the Welsh Conservatives.
The plans aim to make it easier for small and medium-size companies to get taxpayer-backed loans.
The party is proposing to split Wales into six regions each with its own economic character.
Small and medium-sized businesses could then borrow public money via high street bank branches.
Plaid Cymru has also unveiled a plan for a regionally-organised national Bank of Wales.
Andrew RT Davies, leader of the Welsh Conservatives, told Peter Johnson of BBC Radio Wales he wanted to see more localised decision making.
21 Jan 2013