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U.K. | 22 August 2018 Sharp Fall in Borrowing Removes Need for Fiscal Tightening in 2019
The latest public finance figures continue to imply that the Chancellor will be able to change course later this year in the Autumn Budget so that fiscal policy doesn't drag on GDP growth next year.

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22 August 2018 Sharp Fall in Borrowing Removes Need for Fiscal Tightening in 2019

By Samuel Tombs

The latest public finance figures continue to imply that the Chancellor will be able to change course later this year in the Autumn Budget so that fiscal policy doesn't drag on GDP growth next year.

Posted: 21st Aug 2018 in 'U.K.'

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