UK spending plans are `recession-proof'

October 1998
Public Finance;10/09/98, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the security of Great Britain's spending plans for health and education despite the worldwide crisis in financial markets and the threat of a recession, as of October 9, 1998. Built on surpluses; Impact of slower world growth on the British economy.


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