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24 May 2017 Weak Tax Receipts Cast Doubt on Business Surveys' Optimism

By Samuel Tombs

April's public finances indicate that the economy has remained weak in Q2, casting doubt on the suggestion from recent business surveys that the slowdown in Q1 was just a blip.

Posted: 23rd May 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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