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Midlands Perspectives April 2017

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Midlands Perspectives April 2017

2 May 2017

Authors: Rebecca Jones, Economist. David Hearne,…

Comment on April 2017 PMI

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Comment on April 2017 PMI

10 Apr 2017

Authors: Rebecca Jones, Economist. Paul Forrest,…

Comment on March 2017 PMI

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Comment on March 2017 PMI

13 Mar 2017

Authors: Rebecca Jones, Economist. Paul Forrest,…

Assessing the Secondary Impact of Manufacturing in the Midlands

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Assessing the Secondary Impact of Manufacturing in the…

14 Feb 2017

David Hearne, Economist. Rebecca Jones, Economist.…

Comment on February 2017 PMI

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Comment on February 2017 PMI

13 Feb 2017

David Hearne, Economist. . Paul Forrest, Head…

Midlands Perspectives January 2017

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Midlands Perspectives January 2017

26 Jan 2017

Authors: Rebecca Jones, Economist. David Hearne,…

Making a success of Brexit

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Making a success of Brexit

25 Jan 2017

West Midlands Economic Forum Professor Paul…

Comment on January 2017 PMI

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Comment on January 2017 PMI

17 Jan 2017

David Hearne, Economist. . Paul Forrest, Head…

Midlands Perspectives December 2016

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Midlands Perspectives December 2016

11 Dec 2016

Paul Forrest, Head of Research. Peter…

Midlands Perspectives October 2016

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Midlands Perspectives October 2016

27 Oct 2016

Authors: Rebecca Jones, Economist. Paul Forrest,…

Midlands Perspectives July 2016

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Midlands Perspectives July 2016

29 Jul 2016

Authors: Rebecca Jones, Economist. Paul Forrest,…

Midlands Perspectives - EU Referendum June 2016

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Midlands Perspectives - EU Referendum June 2016

29 Jun 2016

Paul Forrest, Head of Research. David…


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