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U.K. | 5 March 2019 Don't Write Off Construction Sector Support for GDP Growth
February's Markit/CIPS construction survey brought further evidence that the economy is being weighed down by Brexit uncertainty.

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5 March 2019 Don't Write Off Construction Sector Support for GDP Growth

By Samuel Tombs

February's Markit/CIPS construction survey brought further evidence that the economy is being weighed down by Brexit uncertainty.

Posted: 4th Mar 2019 in 'U.K.'

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