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31 July 2017
For years ‘industrial strategy’ wasn’t talked about at all. But the phrase has recently made a comeback. The government thinks there are some ‘long term challenges’ for the economy in this country, and they need to get involved to do something about them.
Host Ayeisha Thomas-Smith is joined this week by NEF’s Senior Economist Sara Mahmoud and Will Brett, NEF’s Director of News and Media, to discuss exactly what these challenges are and to address the question: what should the UK’s industrial strategy look like?
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