Britain's business lobby group will set out its "unequivocal" support for Britain staying in the European Union on Monday, claiming that membership brings each household some £3,000 a year.
The economy has regained the pace of growth inherited by the government when it came to office in 2010, according to a leading economics institute.
Exporters are feeling chipper.
The World Trade Organisation has issued a strong warning against the risks of protectionism as it slashed its forecast for global trade this year from 4.5% to 3.3%.
Facebook has become the latest multinational to come under the spotlight for its tax affairs after figures revealed it paid just £2.9m in tax on profits of more than more than £800m.
Google is this week expected to escape the biggest anti-trust investigation for more than a decade by agreeing with US regulators to tweak the way it displays searches.
Half past seven in the evening in the Sapphire Ballroom of the five-star Taj Krishna hotel in the central Indian city of Hyderabad and Boris Johnson is half way through what is clearly, on the third day of his five-day tour of India, a well-practised routine.