Inflationary wages help cut disputes

Kidd, Andrew
April 1998
Cabinet Maker;04/17/98, Issue 5084, p7
Trade Publication
Focuses on Great Britain's Office for National Statistics' clarification on the Bank of England's plan to check inflation by keeping interest rates higher. Average earnings; Average wage increase; Retail prices inflation; Decline in productivity.


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