Britain: Hot Growth Could Boil Over

The "British model" faces a stern test in 1997. A decade of restructuring, including privatizations, reduced social costs, deregulated labor markets, and a domestic policy focus was intended to yield a less inflation-prone economy. Now, with the economy close to overheating and with a new government likely after elections that must take place by May, will inflation stay down?

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