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Sharma: Opening economy "best way of supporting people"

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Sharma: Opening economy 'best way of supporting people'

Sharma: Opening economy "best way of supporting people"

Business Secretary Alok Sharma has said the "best way of supporting people and supporting jobs" through the coronavirus outbreak and economic crisis is by re-opening the economy in a "phased and cautious manner".

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