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23 May 2017 Has the Outlook for Business Investment Brightened?

By Samuel Tombs

The recent deceleration in households' real spending means that either business investment or net exports will have to pickup if the economy is to avoid a severe slowdown this year.

Posted: 22nd May 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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