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IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ECONOMY OF 4 PER CENT GROWTH
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15 per cent 17 industries achieved agricultural assumed assumption average balance of payments building capital expenditure cent growth cent per annum changes chemicals coal compared competitive consumer cost current expectations economy effect employment engineering equipment estimates expansion exports factors faster growth figures firms fixed investment forecast fuel Government gross domestic product gross output growth rate higher imports improvement increase in output industrial inquiry industry's Iron Council joining the E.E.C. labour force machine tools manufacturing mechanisation methane million in 1966 million tons motor National Coal Board National Health Service paper and board past period plant Post Office present plans problems programme proportion public consumption purchase tax rate of growth rate of increase real terms reduce refineries research and development retail rise sales per person sector shortage skilled labour substantial sugar confectionery supply TABLE tariff technical trade trends vehicles wool