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U.K. | 14 Feb 2020 Javid's Resignation Opens the Door to Bolder Fiscal Stimulus
Chancellor Javid's resignation, only eight months after assuming the role, is the clearest sign yet that the Johnson-led government wants fiscal policy to play a bigger part in stimulating the economy over the next couple of years.

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14 Feb 2020 Javid's Resignation Opens the Door to Bolder Fiscal Stimulus

By Samuel Tombs

Chancellor Javid's resignation, only eight months after assuming the role, is the clearest sign yet that the Johnson-led government wants fiscal policy to play a bigger part in stimulating the economy over the next couple of years.

Posted: 13th Feb 2020 in 'U.K.'

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