It said the announcement followed a comprehensive programme of assessment of 25 critical sectors.
Action 2000 chairman Don Cruickshank said: 'The results today show that the UK has risen to the challenge of the millennium bug with over 10,000 service providers being independently assessed.'
'British business is in a stronger position as a result of the programme of work undertaken. The estimated £20bn spent on preparations has brought together government and industry to work in partnership to tackle the issue and I am confident the UK infracstructure will suffer no material disruption due to the millennium bug.'
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