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Chart of the month: Disparities in regional productivity

One of the reasons that a new industrial strategy is necessary is that productivity in the UK lags well behind our major competitors. But the problem is worse than this, because there is such …

30/01/2017
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Britain in the 2020s: Key facts - Green revolution?

Climate change, biodiversity degradation, and resource depletion mean we will increasingly run up against the limits of the physical capacity of the Earth’s natural systems to reproduce life as at …

30/12/2016
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Britain in the 2020s: Key facts - Deficit

The economic world order will become more fragile as globalisation evolves, trade patterns shift, and economic power gravitates toward Asia. At the same time, developed economies are likely to …

30/12/2016
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Britain in the 2020s: Key facts - Emerged markets

The economic world order will become more fragile as globalisation evolves, trade patterns shift, and economic power gravitates toward Asia. At the same time, developed economies are likely to …

30/12/2016
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Britain in the 2020s: Key facts - Greying society

A demographic tipping point: As the population grows, the UK is set to age sharply and become increasingly diverse. Globally, the long expansion of the working-age population is set to slow sharply.

30/12/2016
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Paying for our progress?

In the autumn statement in November 2016, the government produced a northern powerhouse strategy detailing a wide range of initiatives and investments that had previously been pledged as part of …

30/11/2016
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