Wednesday September 23, 2020

Business leaders back plan to succeed

Industry leaders hope the four-year plan can drive recovery, but question the lack of measures to stimulate employment and growth

27th November, 2010

It won’t have taken the country’s businesspeople long to read the 140-page four-year plan launched by the government last Wednesday - there is surprisingly little detail that relates directly to them.

Despite that, the plan has received a guarded welcome from business, particularly for its explicit commitment to the 12.5 per cent corporation tax rate, and plans to cut welfare payments and encourage people back to work.

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