The Wider Image: Clacton-on-sea: town that voted Brexit

The UK economy is growing at the slowest pace out of the G7 countries

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The UK economy grew by 0.7% in the first quarter of 2017, the slowest pace out of the G7 countries.

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The Wider Image: Clacton-on-sea: town that voted Brexit
0.7%

GDP growth of the G7 countries in the first quarter of 2017

The Wider Image: Clacton-on-sea: town that voted Brexit
0.7%

It is not only due to Brexit, but also high inflation and low consumer spending.

The Wider Image: Clacton-on-sea: town that voted Brexit
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Meanwhile the Canadian economy expanded the fastest among the G7 countries.

The Wider Image: Clacton-on-sea: town that voted Brexit
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Canada’s GDP grew by 3.7% in the first quarter, driven by consumer spending.

The Wider Image: Clacton-on-sea: town that voted Brexit
0.7%

Ranking of GDP growth for G7 economies

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