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U.K. | 22 December 2017 The Public Finances are on Track This Year, but New Challenges Loom
The Chancellor can go on his Christmas vacation content that the public finances have weathered the economy's slowdown relatively well this year.

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22 December 2017 The Public Finances are on Track This Year, but New Challenges Loom

By Samuel Tombs

The Chancellor can go on his Christmas vacation content that the public finances have weathered the economy's slowdown relatively well this year.

Posted: 21st Dec 2017 in 'U.K.'

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