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Sporting life: how it’s going?

By Duncan  

A recent record from Sheffield Hallam College located that the English spend over ₤ 17bn a year on sport– virtually 3 per cent of all consumer spending. The research, “The Economic Worth of Sport in England,” likewise approximated that 441,000 people are in sports-related work, or just under 2 per cent of the workforce. Sporting activity, as a result, is a tiny yet not inconsiderable economic sector as well as one whose present lot of money parallel the training course of the broader economic situation.

In the most successful parts of the sporting economic sector, things continue to look rosy.…

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