Boost in economy 'helps manufacturers in Wales'


Businesses across Wales are assessing what the UK's move out of recession means for jobs.

The UK economy grew by 1.0% between July and September, more than economists had expected.

Wales has a larger proportion of manufacturing than the UK as a whole, and that is one of the sectors that is growing.

But the Welsh economy is still weaker that the UK, reports economics correspondent Sarah Dickins.

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