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U.K. | 7 July 2020 Don't Mistake Pent-up Demand for a Genuinely Strong Recovery
The next couple of months likely will see some activity data rebound to close to pre-Covid levels, fuelling hopes of a V-shaped recovery.

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7 July 2020 Don't Mistake Pent-up Demand for a Genuinely Strong Recovery

By Samuel Tombs

The next couple of months likely will see some activity data rebound to close to pre-Covid levels, fuelling hopes of a V-shaped recovery.

Posted: 6th Jul 2020 in 'U.K.'

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