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U.K. | 27 Apr 2020 Low-Income Households are Poorly Prepared for the Downturn
Low-income households will feel the full force of the Covid-19 downturn and will have to slash their expenditure aggressively.

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27 Apr 2020 Low-Income Households are Poorly Prepared for the Downturn

By Samuel Tombs

Low-income households will feel the full force of the Covid-19 downturn and will have to slash their expenditure aggressively.

Posted: 27th Apr 2020 in 'U.K.'

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