The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted the United Kingdom will see stronger economic growth than any of its peers in the G7 this year, despite previously warning Brexit could cause a recession in the country.
The IMF, based in Washington DC, said Britain will have a "soft landing" following June's shock Brexit vote, with growth reaching 1.8% this year. However, it predicted the UK will begin to feel the...
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