Category Archives: Bulletins

  1. Bulletin – June 2013 Where does economic growth come from?

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    June 1, 2013 by johnmillsjml

    Exchange Rate Reform Group BULLETIN    –    June 2013     Where does economic growth come from?    If the UK …
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  2. Bulletin – May 2013 What really needs to be done to get the government deficit under control

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    May 1, 2013 by johnmillsjml

    Exchange Rate Reform Group BULLETIN    –     May 2013   What really needs to be done to get the government deficit …
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  3. Bulletin – March 2013 What needs to be done to get the UK economy back on track

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    March 1, 2013 by johnmillsjml

    Exchange Rate Reform Group BULLETIN   –     March 2013   What needs to be done to get the UK economy  back …
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  4. Bulletin – February 2013 How to get the economy to grow at 4% per annum and to reduce unemployment to 3%

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    February 1, 2013 by johnmillsjml

    Exchange Rate Reform Group BULLETIN  –   February 2013     How to get the economy to grow at 4% per …
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  5. Bulletin – January 2013 Why High Tech Manufacturing is not the solution to an over-valued Exchange Rate

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    January 1, 2013 by johnmillsjml

    Exchange Rate Reform Group BULLETIN  –   January 2013     Why High Tech Manufacturing is not the solution to an …
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  6. Bulletin December 2012 – The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Autumn Statement and the Exchange Rate

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    December 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

    The Treasury has published on its website a 97 page document providing a huge amount of background detail to the …
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  7. Bulletin November 2012 – Far the most important reason why unemployment is so high is our grossly over-valued pound

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    November 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

    There is no mystery about why unemployment in the UK – and in most of the western world – is …
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