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    Default Our largest export markets recovery strengths

    Great news our largest export market has grown and our factories output has increased. Lets hope the plebs don't ruin our access to this market in the next 2 years.


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    no no Europe is an irrelevance we'll be focusing on new fantastic opportunities in developing markets such Ghana or Venezuela.

    Liam Fox tuns to developing markets for trade


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    so the Eurozone is in pretty much the same position as we were in Q4 2015 i.e. 0.3 points ahead?


    On an annual basis, the eurozone is now growing at the fastest pace since 2011.

    That underlines how its economy has strengthened in the last year.
    Boom before a bust hey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    so the Eurozone is in pretty much the same position as we were in Q4 2015 i.e. 0.3 points ahead?

    Boom before a bust hey?
    Qtr 4 2015 GBP/EUR €1.42 now it's €1.11 - Sorry I digress, you were saying something about being ahead?




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