CEBR's ten predictions for the world in 2013

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The Centre for Economics and Business Research has listed its top ten predictions for the global economy in the New Year, including a bounce back in Asia and a growing divide between the UK and the eurozone.

It is time for our annual look ahead to the next year – and time for careful reflection over how we got on last year. We got quite a lot of our forecasts right, but by no means all," the CEBR said. "We...

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