22nd November 2017
Mr Hammond, who will look to present a clear economic vision for the UK against a backdrop of Brexit and Cabinet infighting, is expected to say: “In this Budget, we express our resolve to look forward, to embrace change, to meet our challenges head on, and to seize the opportunities for Britain.”
But what does this mean for businesses?
South West Business spoke to a number of leading decision makers and businesses leaders ahead of the Budget, with Thrings partners Mike Tomlin and Ben Tarrant highlighting trade and investment incentives and business rates as areas that could feature in the Chancellor’s lunchtime address in the House of Commons.
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