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U.K. Documents | 3 October 2017 Robust Overseas Demand Isn't Persuading Manufacturers to Invest
U.K. manufacturers are benefiting from rapid growth in the Eurozone, but increasingly they are being held back by weak domestic demand.

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3 October 2017 Robust Overseas Demand Isn't Persuading Manufacturers to Invest

By Samuel Tombs

U.K. manufacturers are benefiting from rapid growth in the Eurozone, but increasingly they are being held back by weak domestic demand.

Posted: 2nd Oct 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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