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12th Aug 2022 15:11U.K., Daily Monitor

The trade deficit has hit a record share of GDP over the last two quarters, but it will only get worse.

Goods imports will fall, as firms now have excess stock, but the value of energy imports will surge this winter.

The U.K.'s shortfall in exports relative to 2018 remains the largest in the G7; Brexit is largely to blame.

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