UK Treasury's Brown sees recovery 'uncertainties'

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown said in a speech that resilience of the global economic recovery is more uncertain in the face of rising oil prices and currency fluctuations.

Every company and nation faces ``uncertainties about the strength and durability of the world recovery,'' said Brown in a speech in Birmingham. ``All of you are having to cope with the doubling of oil prices; rising world commodity prices; uncertainty in the middle East; large current account imbalances between

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