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Terminal decline

3 December 2009 By Neil Collins

The Bank of England is relying heavily on surplus capacity in its forecast of muted inflation, but admits that this output gap is hard to estimate. Recent figures back up an analysis that UK manufacturing is still shrinking. Much of the supposed surplus may have gone for good.

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