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we want rising wages, PM Johnson says By Reuters


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: Boris Johnson is seen as the British Prime Minister attends the Annual Conservative Party Conference in Manchester on October 4, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble

LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain is now at a critical point in its economy. The government supports rising wages and will not revert to low investments and low skilled workers.

It would not be wise to return to low-wage, low-investment, and low-skilled approaches that we have had in the past. Johnson said that the UK has reached a significant turning point and is now in a position to take a bold new step.

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