Brexit & EconomyPoliticsBudget 2010: GDP growth will be 1-1.5%

Budget 2010: GDP growth will be 1-1.5%

Chancellor stands by forecasts

Growth in gross domestic product will be 1-1.5% in 2010, the chancellor
stands by forecast of last years PBR. Growth in 2011 forecast as 3 to 3.5%, down
from the 3.75% originally forecast.. The PBR saw a prediction growth would be
3.75% by 2012.

There have been independent estimates that growth would not meet the
chancellor’s forecasts for this year.

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