Autumn Statement: Affect business and the deficit

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Autumn Statement: Affect business and the deficit
3rd December 2014

James Ashton, the Executive Editor at The Independent discusses how all eyes will be on whether Mr Osborne has hit his target on bringing down the deficit.

As the state of Britain’s economy is to be revealed. The autumn statement is expected to include a new promises of boosts to business.

Andrew Carter, acting CEO of Centre for Cities and Simon Whalley, head of external affairs at London Chamber of Commerce discuss how this could change business in the capital.

More on Autumn Statement predictions here. 

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