Country Intelligence: Report: United Kingdom

July 2013
United Kingdom Country Monitor;7/ 1/2013, p1
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The article discusses various aspects associated with Great Britain including its economic development, labor market and consumer demand. It states that the Bank of England is trying to improve economy by receiving more working capital from small business enterprises. It further presents various graphs depicting various indicators including economic growth, inflation and exchange rate of the country.


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