Thursday April 9, 2020

Theresa May aims for lowest corporate tax rate in the G20

The British prime minister said the UK had the opportunity to become "the true global champion of free trade."

21st November, 2016
British Brime minister Tersea May Pic: Getty

Her comments were made in an address to the annual conference of the Confederation of British Industry, in which she outlined "a new approach that ensures everyone shares in the benefits of economic growth" and in which she spoke of doing "everything possible to make the UK outside the EU the most attractive place for businesses to grow and invest".

"My aim is not simply for the UK to have the lowest corporate tax rate...

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