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U.K. | 7 February 2019 Industrial and Retail Sectors to Drive December GDP Dip
December's GDP report, released next Monday, likely will maintain the flow of negative news on the U.K. economy.

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7 February 2019 Industrial and Retail Sectors to Drive December GDP Dip

By Samuel Tombs

December's GDP report, released next Monday, likely will maintain the flow of negative news on the U.K. economy.

Posted: 6th Feb 2019 in 'U.K.'

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