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The budget must make jobs a genuine priority

There is danger that the budget will end up as a compromise in every direction - and that the interests of the job-creating sector will not be given adequate attention.

12th October, 2013

There is a real danger that this week's budget will end up as a compromise in every direction – and that the interests of the job-creating sector of the economy will not be given adequate attention.

The government doesn't want to cut or tax any more than absolutely necessary, it wants to avoid big cuts in sensitive areas, it wants to keep the troika onside and so on. Yet again there are signs...

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