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A worker uses a soldering iron at the Mec Com Ltd factory near Stafford, central England December 15, 2016. REUTERS/Phil Noble

UK factories pick up pace, but so do price pressures

British manufacturers had their best month in two years in February but the post-Brexit vote fall in the value of the pound is making them push up their prices sharply, posing a challenge for 2017, an industry survey shows.

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