The British economy is increasingly reliant on retail for growth while productivity, manufacturing, and service output are falling.
The British Gross Domestic Product grew by 1.4% in 2018 – the weakest in six years – and is projected to slow further in 2019. Britain's economy has lost approximately £10 billion in investment since the June 2016 referendum on EU membership.
The economy is now running on previously built momentum, driven mainly be retail demand. Another positive factor for gr...
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