December 27, 2013

Can Britain Really Outpace Germany?

Martin Vander Weyer, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

You can’t be a winner unless someone else is a loser. That, in a nutshell, is why some economists foresee Britain leapfrogging France and Germany to become Europe’s biggest economy by 2030.

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