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2 June 2017 The Manufacturing Sector won't put the Economy Back on Track

By Samuel Tombs

The manufacturing sector's recovery has sped up since Q1, according to Markit's latest survey, but growth still looks too weak to prevent the overall economy from struggling again in Q2.

Posted: 1st Jun 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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