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13 October. 2016 The Chancellor Won't Set Fiscal Policy to Boost Growth Next Year

By Samuel Tombs

Many commentators have assumed that the new Chancellor's pledge to "reset" fiscal policy and to stop targeting a budget surplus in this parliament means that fiscal policy will support growth in economic activity next year.

Posted: 12th Oct 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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