Why the governent can ignore what the CBI say

Sunday, 29 April 2012 05:23
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All the decisive actions in the the economy happen at the margin. When big fish like the Confederation of Briitish Industry complain, the government can safely ignore them. This explanation by Mark Wadsworth show why this is so.
 

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