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U.K. Documents | 2 November. 2016 Producer Price Rises Will Bear Down on Domestic Demand
October's Markit/CIPS manufacturing survey indicates that producers are not shying away from passing on to their customers the higher costs stemming from sterling's depreciation.

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2 November. 2016 Producer Price Rises Will Bear Down on Domestic Demand

By Samuel Tombs

October's Markit/CIPS manufacturing survey indicates that producers are not shying away from passing on to their customers the higher costs stemming from sterling's depreciation.

Posted: 1st Nov 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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