PP Live 2023: Paul Johnson updates on UK economy and IFS pension policy review

Multiple factors preventing UK growth, says IFS director at yesterday’s PP Live talk

Jasmine Urquhart
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IFS director Paul Johnson. Photo: Naomi Gabrielle Photography
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IFS director Paul Johnson. Photo: Naomi Gabrielle Photography

The Institute for Fiscal Studies director Paul Johnson explained a range of growth measures of the UK economy to delegates at a PP talk.

Speaking at Professional Pensions Live yesterday (23 May), Johnson explained a range of growth forecasts and pointed out that the UK was "the only major economy which is still no bigger than it was...

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