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U.K. | 9 October 2017 Britain's Productivity Problem can no Longer Hide Below the Surface
Britain's productivity problem has been building under the surface for years, but it is set to be more pertinent now that the economy is close to full employment.

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9 October 2017 Britain's Productivity Problem can no Longer Hide Below the Surface

By Samuel Tombs

Britain's productivity problem has been building under the surface for years, but it is set to be more pertinent now that the economy is close to full employment.

Posted: 6th Oct 2017 in 'U.K.'

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