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The UK's engineering excellence has been relegated to the shadows, perceived by politicians and the public as an economic sideshow. The wider investment community may be more respectful, yet many fund managers still have closed minds: manufacturing, they muse, is now an activity for the developing world.

The UK's pockets of world engineering leadership go beyond Formula 1. Weir Group, for instance, can eyeball any pump manufacturer anywhere, while Rotork's reputation as a valve manufacturer is unblemished. Fenner is a global leader in industrial belting, Rolls-Royce in aero engines and IMI in process plant and beverage dispensers.

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