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U.K. | 3 July 2018 It's Too Soon to Relax About the Current Account Deficit
Last week's balance of payments showed that the U.K. has made significant progress in reducing its reliance on overseas finance.

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3 July 2018 It's Too Soon to Relax About the Current Account Deficit

By Samuel Tombs

Last week's balance of payments showed that the U.K. has made significant progress in reducing its reliance on overseas finance.

Posted: 2nd Jul 2018 in 'U.K.'

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