Euro campaigners point to inward investment fall

UK - Pro-euro campaigners yesterday claimed that exclusion from the single currency was beginning to hit the economy, with the news that Britain's share of European inward investment projects had fallen sharply to 21 per cent in the first half of this year.

Ernst & Young said Britain attracted only 197 internationally mobile investment projects in the six months to June, against 575 in the whole of last year.

This was the lowest half-year figure since the business services group began monitorin

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