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Q&A Part 3: It has never been more critical to keep up to date with economics, strategy, financial markets, says economist John Ashcroft

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John Ashcroft is Founder, CEO and Author of The Saturday Economist. In a Q&A ahead of his keynote in The AHC Reimagined, he shares his thoughts on economic recovery, governmental policy and the travel and real estate markets in the UK. In this final extract, John shares his views on the potential  economic outlook in the UK.

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