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April 2013--from 52.9 in January.

U.K. Documents | 02 Mar. 2016 The Manufacturing PMI Shows that the U.K.'s Slowdown is Homegrown
Further compelling signs that the U.K. has lost its status as one of the fastest growing advanced economies were presented by the Markit/CIPS manufacturing survey, released yesterday. The PMI fell in February to 50.8--its lowest level since April 2013--from 52.9 in January.

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02 Mar. 2016 The Manufacturing PMI Shows that the U.K.'s Slowdown is Homegrown

By Samuel Tombs

Further compelling signs that the U.K. has lost its status as one of the fastest growing advanced economies were presented by the Markit/CIPS manufacturing survey, released yesterday. The PMI fell in February to 50.8--its lowest level since April 2013--from 52.9 in January.

Posted: 2nd Mar 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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