The UK economy is set for two years of sluggish growth, with expansion of 1.7pc expected this year and just 1.3pc in 2009, according to the centre for economics and business research (cebr).
The gloomy forecast is the key conclusion of the latest United Kingdom prospects report, in which the authors have revised down their 2009 forecast, due to the rise in inflation, the squeeze in real disposable...
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