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Economic Survey of the United Kingdom 2017

 

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Overview of the Economic Survey of the United Kingdom ‌‌‌‌2017 (pdf)

The pace of economic expansion has been steady and GDP is about 9% above the peak just before the global crisis, but the economic consequences of the planned exit from the European Union in March 2019 (Brexit) cut growth to the lowest annualised rate in the G7 in the first half of 2017. 

 

Where to get the best bang for the buck in the United Kingdom? Industrial strategy, investment and lagging regions OECD Economics Department Working Paper

Mitigating the negative economic impact of Brexit Blog Post 

The economic consequences of Brexit: A taxing decision (Blog Post of April 27, 2016)

 

Press release: Maintain close ties with EU to meet challenges of Brexit

 

Remarks by Angel Gurría, OECD Secretary General

 

OECD Economic Surveys: United Kingdom 2017

 

For further information please contact the United Kingdom Desk at the OECD Economics Department.

The Secretariat’s draft report was prepared for the Committee by Rafał Kierzenkowski, Mark Baker, Peter Gal and Sanne Zwart, under the supervision of Pierre Beynet. The Survey also benefited from contributions from Jagoda Egeland. Research assistance was provided by Gabor Fulop. Elisabetta Pilati formatted and produced the layout of the document.

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