The strength of the #english #economy

Britain’s economy likely expanded by 0.7 percent in the three months to January, quickening slightly from the fourth quarter, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research said on Friday. Its estimate follows the publication of industrial output and trade data for December, which underlined the economy’s strong end to 2016. NIESR cited consumer spending and a pick-up in industrial production as the main drivers behind the economy. […]

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#Productivity: The route to #Brexit success (Part Nº1)

The United Kingdom’s post-Brexit future is uncertain. But one thing is clear: boosting economic growth will depend heavily on addressing long-standing productivity challenges. The UK government has committed itself to implementing the outcome of the June 23, 2016 referendum, when voters opted to leave the European Union. The big question is: what next? Most forecasts of how Brexit will affect the economy are pessimistic. Yet the economy has long faced challenges, such as weak growth, uneven wealth creation, and low productivity. […]

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Doka Formwork Solutions: New Stadium of Tottenham Hotspur (latest news)

Totthenham Hotspur (THFC) develops a new stadium with a project in which it has used Doka formwork solutions. In concrete: Doka is supplying a significant of Vertical Wall Formwork, Climbing Systems and Concremote. […]

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Global Construction 2030: Key economic developments driving the construction Outlook

We all love to know what will be the evolution of construction in all countries the world over the next fifteen years. This is what has been proposed Global Construction Summit with these interesting thoughts […]

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