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U.K. Spring Budget 2017 Special Report

The U.K.’s 2017 Spring Budget can best be described as a ‘steady hand’ fiscal event, ahead of plans later this month to trigger Article 50, to begin the country’s legal split from the European Union. 

Chancellor Philip Hammond did not announce any new tax rate increases for businesses but reaffirmed commitment to measures supportive of research and development, new and high tech growth industries, digital technologies and long-term education, and training plans to lay strong foundations for a post-Brexit Britain. 

Anti-avoidance moves were highlights, however, underlining political commitment to preventing erosion of the U.K.’s tax revenues, amid critical times. 

This special report provides you with key reports of the most significant business tax measures, expert commentary from leading tax practitioners and technical announcements.

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