Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, on Wednesday said there was "no reason to suppose" that the sustainable growth rate for the UK would be lower post-crisis.
The latest GDP forecasts, also released on Wednesday as part of the quarterly Inflation Report, imply that the Bank believes the UK economy can return to a level of expansion of around 2.5% to 3% per year in the medium term.
However, others say that the sustainable rate of growth is likely to be lower post-crisis. Sir John Gi
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