By Svenja O’Donnell, Bloomberg |
March 20, 2013
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said the forecast for U.K. economic growth this year was cut by half as he lowered corporation tax and set out an updated central-bank remit to aid Britain’s recovery.
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