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    Engineering UK 2013, our flagship report on the state of engineering in the UK. This year’s edition is the most comprehensive ever, building upon feedback from our stakeholders. It now contains more extensive analysis of supply trends, greater discussion of demand-side issues (including regional breakdowns), enhanced information on political and economic environment, as well as benefiting from expert external case study contributions from key organisations.

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