LONDON, May 26 (Reuters) - British economic growth at the start of the year may turn out to be stronger than currently thought, analysts said on Thursday after an unexpectedly large revision to car production figures. The Office for National Statistics marked down first-quarter GDP growth by a tenth of a point to just 0.5 percent on Wednesday because of a sharp fall in manufacturing output which had caught City analysts and official statisticians by surprise. But economists noted that the ...
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