Signs are good for economy in 2006

The economy enters 2006 on a positive note, following another year of buoyant growth.

31st December, 2005

The economy enters 2006 on a positive note, following another year of buoyant growth. There has been much concentration on the shortcomings of our society - a struggling health service, inadequate infrastructure, various government failings and so on. However, it would be a mistake to overlook the enormous progress made in recent years and, in particular, the transformation of the jobs market, which is now close to full employment and attracting tens of thousands of...

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