It was bad enough that the UK was one of the last major economies to pull out of recession, but we also now know that it saw a particularly feeble post-recession bounce. One reason is that big exporters such as Germany are enjoying a temporary boost from the rebound in trade. On top of that, UK consumers appear to be lagging behind their international counterparts.
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