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Technology raises productivity but cuts jobs

Technology is having a major impact on resource allocation across the eurozone. But contrary to some claims, our analysis finds that higher investment in technology appears to be resulting in labour-replacement rather than jobs growth, particularly in the manufacturing and financial sectors.

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