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Infinitely better number three

25 April 2013 By Ian Campbell

Rather than the feared triple-dip recession, the UK’s GDP rose 0.3 percent in the first quarter. That’s not much, but does help vindicate the Chancellor’s austerity policies. The pound could strengthen more and forecasts of 0.7 percent growth this year may prove too pessimistic.

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