UK EMPLOYERS SEE MEASLY PAY GROWTH AHEAD, COMPANIES TURN GLOOMY

By Emma RumneyLONDON, Aug 14 (Reuters) - British employers expect to raise pay only minimally over the next 12 months despite hiring more staff, a survey...

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