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Britain's productivity gap with G7 peers widest in 20 years

British workers are producing considerably less per hour than the average worker in other major economies, resulting in the biggest productivity gap for two decades. ||| London - British workers are producing considerably less per hour than the average worker in other major economies, resulting in the biggest productivity gap for two decades. Official data on Wednesday showed that output per hour worked in Britain last year was 16 percentage points below the average of other G7 industrialised countries.
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