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Thursday 25 October 2012

British recession ends on Olympics' economic boost

British recession ends on Olympics' economic boost
Christian Science Monitor
Britain rebounded strongly from recession in the third quarter, posting its strongest quarterly GDP growth in five years, boosted at least in part by robust Olympics spending, official data showed on Thursday. Skip to next paragraph. In Pictures: The ...
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The Associated Press
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Washington Post
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