20/08/2011

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In a Money Box special, Ruth Alexander asks whether the UK faces a 'lost decade'.

Will the economy stagnate over the next 10 years, as Japan's did in the 1990s?

In a Money Box special, Ruth Alexander asks whether the UK faces a 'lost decade'.

Will the economy stagnate over the next 10 years, as Japan's did in the 1990s?

And experts predict the food, energy, fuel and house prices we will be paying in 2020 - as well as what salaries might be.

Interviewees include:
Dr Jillian Anable, senior lecturer at the Centre for Transport Research, University of Aberdeen.
Javier Blas, commodities editor at The Financial Times.
Malcolm Bracken, stockbroker and oil analyst at Redmayne-Bentley.
Robert Chote, head of the Office for Budget Responsibility.
Richard Donnell, director at property market consultancy, Hometrack.
Andrew Goodwin, economic advisor to the Ernst & Young ITEM Club.
Joe Malinowsky, founder of comparison site TheEnergyShop.com
John Philpott, chief economist, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Presenter: Ruth Alexander
Producer: Ben Carter.

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Wed 24 Aug 2011 15:00

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