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Office for Budget Responsibility: over-optimistic on bricks and mortar?

04 Jul 2010, by Guest in Economics

I posted last week on how the OBR’s forecasts for jobs growth in the next five years could be seen as a tad optimistic.  Now Brian Green at Brickonomics thinks the OBR might also be looking on the sunny side when it comes to the likely tax revenues that house sales will generate  – a full £4 billion too sunny in Brian’s view.

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