David Cameron tells the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that Britain's approach to the economy is the right one:
"Tinkering here and there and hoping we'll drift to a solution simply won't cut it any more. This is a time for boldness not caution.
"By taking bold decisions to get to grips with the debt, Britain has shown it's possible to earn credibility and get ahead of the markets.
"Our borrowing costs have fallen to the lowest for a generation.
"We will be equally bold in meeting our key ambition: supporting enterprise and making Britain the best place in the world in which to start or grow a business.
"So we're pursuing an unashamedly, pro-business agenda.
"Scrapping needless red tape, simplifying planning and reviewing all regulation. Creating the most competitive business tax regime in the developed world. Making bold investments in new infrastructure, including high speed rail.
"And while we may be fiscal conservatives, we are monetary radicals injecting cash into the banking system and introducing credit easing measures to make it easier for small businesses to access finance.
"So my message to you – in this special Olympic year for Britain – is that we are a country that is absolutely committed to enterprise and openness.
"Come to Britain. Invest in Britain."