Three questions and a forecast

February 2002
Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin;Spring2002, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p97
Academic Journal
Examines the causes of the downturn of the economy in Great Britain. Emphasis of the monetary policy of the country; Stability of inflation; Role of information technology sector to the economic downturn of the country.


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