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The Britain’s Prime Minister To Bring Down Corporate Tax To Draw More Investments In The Country


06/22/2017


May seeks to build a “stronger economy” so as to make Britain sustain life “within its means”.



In order to assist the economic growth as well as attracting “businesses to invest in Britain, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, would ensure that her government continues to slash down “corporate tax”.
 
Following her presentation at the “Queen's speech”, wherein she presented her agenda, in her address to the parliament, she added:
“If we're going to grasp the opportunities as we leave the European Union, we need to build a stronger economy”.
“In this Queen's speech we will continue to improve the public finances and work towards getting our country back to living within its means ... and we will encourage businesses to grow and create jobs by continuing to cut corporation tax.”
 
 
References:
www.reuters.com







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