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Falling demand and rising debt were a problem for which sector of the economy in the 1920sThe 1920s are sometimes referred to as the ‘roaring twenties’, but for the UK economy it was a period of depression, deflation and a steady decline in the UK’s former economic pre-eminence. [ ]

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Chelsea Hayes on July 9, 2018

For the answer to the previous question,"automotive" was the sector of the economy in the decade of 1920, in which the fall in demand and the increase in debt were a problem. The automotive industry was the industry that was having a big problem in regards to the sale of new cars. I hope that my answer helped you. Feel free to ask more questions. Have a nice day!

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