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8 Apr. The Trade Deficit Will Remain Bloated, Despite the Weaker Pound

By Samuel Tombs

Net trade has been a major drag on the economy's growth rate in recent quarters, and February's trade figures, released today, are likely to signal another dismal performance in the first quarter.

Posted: 8th Apr 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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