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Big UK businesses predict a slow economic recovery

49% of CFOs from UK companies forecasted a return to pre-pandemic levels of business in 2021. Image: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Andy Bruce

Reporter , Reuters

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Most CFOs seem prepared for a longer road to recovery. Image: Refinitiv Datastream/Deloitte CFO Survey
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