BoE announced that the reporting entities are no longer required to report Form CX after the fourth quarter of 2020 reference period, with the last collection on January 29, 2021. Form CX is used to collect data on capital expenditure and finance leasing. BoE decided to discontinue Form CX following a consultation issued in September 2020. In addition, BoE notified that, following a consultation with the Office for National Statistics, it will also discontinue collection of data on Form FT. Reporting entities are no longer required to report data in Form FT, with immediate effect. Form FT is used to collect data on foreign affiliates controlled by the reporting enterprise group. Forms CX and FT are submitted via Online Statistical Collection Application (OSCA).
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