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The main thrust of growth seems to be an active outsourcing market, particularly from the finance sector, which during the last quarter has declined by 5.5%, the only sector to see a reduction in demand. Compared with the start of the financial crises there is still a lot of ground to make up with vacancies down by 41.0% compared with three years ago.

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