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The Uk Government Uses Both Fiscal

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The UK government uses both Fiscal and Monetary Policy in its control of the economy: Analysis and Discussion. ‘The Business Environment Report’ submitted to The College of Technology London. Submitted By : Max Pereira Enrolment No : 083799-84 Section : MEP 2 Email : max.pereira@stu.ctlondon.ac.uk Word Count : 3000 words Under the Guidance of Lecturer: George Olusoji 1. Abstract We are all aware of the present world crisis and the recession period in which United Kingdom is progressing. Any individual may be inquisitive about what the government of UK is doing in this case and how the government is tackling this issue. This report aids in understanding the UK Government’s purpose of the using the Fiscal and Monetary policies, ...

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