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CBI Urges Next UK PM To Act Fast To Get Economy Back On Track

RTTNews Monday, 22 July 2019
The next UK Prime Minister should restore confidence and take action to bring the economy back on track, the Confederation of British Industry said in its Business Manifesto published Monday.
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