England's Economic Outlook

Darling, Alistair
February 2008
Vital Speeches of the Day;Feb2008, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p72
The article presents a speech by Alistair Darling, MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, titled "The International Effect of the American Housing Market," delivered to the CBI Interactive Conference 2007, at the Business Design Centre in London, England on November 27, 2007. He discusses reasons to be optimistic about a strong British economy, priorities for sustaining business growth, and the job of government to set long-term goals.


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