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U.K. | 25 July 2018 Threats Posed by Brexit and Trump Stymie Manufacturing Investment
The CBI's Industrial Trends Survey, for July and Q3, supplied encouraging evidence yesterday that the manufacturing upswing still has momentum.

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25 July 2018 Threats Posed by Brexit and Trump Stymie Manufacturing Investment

By Samuel Tombs

The CBI's Industrial Trends Survey, for July and Q3, supplied encouraging evidence yesterday that the manufacturing upswing still has momentum.

Posted: 24th Jul 2018 in 'U.K.'

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