July 2014
UK Country Profile;Jul2014, p68
Country Report
The article provides an overview of the economic developments and structure in Great Britain. Topics discussed include the role of the strong industrial centers on the country's economic development, evolution of Great Britain's economic policies, recovery of the country' economy in 2013, increasing concern over its growing public debt and importance of its strong fiscal consolidation in achieving a more sustainable budgetary position.


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