On Tuesday, by 15.5 per cent in the third quarter, the economy of Britain is back in good hands after the whole recession period.
Also, initial coronavirus lockdown measures were relaxed is one of the reason of getting the economy so much better.
From July to September the GDP of the US is grown by 15 per cent because there were relaxations.
Still 9.7 per cent economy was smaller than before this year’s coronavirus recession.
In the third quarter the production increased in various sectors.
The nation entered a painful recession after shrinking by a record 19.8 per cent in the second quarter after 2.5 per cent in the first.
The data was published one day after Britain passed the huge number of 50,000 people who have died from the pandemic.
It has so far suffered the highest death toll in Europe.
The GDP numbers do not yet reflect the impact of England’s second round of stay-at-home lockdown restrictions that were imposed last week.
These were done to help reduce the number of infection which are increasing on a regular basis and death rates which are the most in the country right now.
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