Opinion: Technology is fuelling a manufacturing revival

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Advances in IT are helping to bring production back to the UK, writes IFS's Alastair Sorbie

The announcement last month that the Raspberry Pi will be manufactured in the Sony plant in Wales is the latest example of the trend towards (re)locating in the UK. A recent study by the Engineering Employers'...

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