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Outlook and appraisal [November 1984]

Kirwan, Frank and Love, James and Boyle, Robin and Crawford, Robert and Draper, Paul and Heeley, John and Jenkins, Iain and Lockyer, Cliff and McGilvray, Jim and McNicolI, Iain and McVey, Mike and Nairn, Jim and O'Donnell, Noreen and Simpson, David and Stevens, Jim and Walker, Jim and Love, James (1984) Outlook and appraisal [November 1984]. Quarterly Economic Commentary, 10 (2). pp. 1-12. ISSN 2046-5378

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Abstract

The British economy experienced little growth during the first nine months of 1984. The projected GDP growth rate of 2.5% for the year as a whole is primarily a result of a rapid spurt of growth in the latter half of 1983, with the higher level then being maintained, but scarcely improved on, in the first three quarters of this year.