TUC economic quarterly: June 2013

TUC economic quarterly: June 2013
Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Trade Union Congress
Publisher
TUC
Date of publication
1 June 2013
Series
TUC Economic Quarterly. No. 1
Subject(s)
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This quarterly TUC report provides an analysis of UK economic and labour market developments over the three months to June 2013. Key findings:

  • Growth has been weak and rebalancing is not occurring. There has been very little progress on deficit reduction.
  • The Labour market is essentially stagnant; and we are now in our fourth year of real wage falls.
  • Government cuts have an especially severe impact on the construction sector.

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