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Not waving but drowning

9 March 2010 By Neil Collins

The UK’s trade deficit for January wasn’t bad it was dire. The cheaper pound gave British exporters the chance to employ the spare capacity in the economy that the Bank of England insists will help control inflation. If it exists, manufacturers are not using it yet.

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