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  • Service: Tax, Corporate Tax, Insights, Economics
  • Industry: Infrastructure, Building and Construction, Government & Public Sector
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 02/12/2013
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Autumn Statement 2013 

Autumn Statement 2013

Insights and reaction to the Chancellor's speech

 

Chancellor George Osborne will deliver his Autumn Statement 2013 at 11.15am on 5 December, providing an update on the Government’s plans for the economy based on the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility, published the same day. KPMG’s commentators are already looking ahead to this keynote economic event and will be providing analysis, insight and comment on the day itself.

Economic overview

Economic overview
Commenting on today's Autumn Statement, Andrew Smith, KPMG's Chief Economist, said:

 

"After three years of almost continual downgrades to the growth outlook and corresponding increases to government borrowing projections, Mr Osborne was able to announce exactly the opposite - a double whammy of higher output and lower borrowing projections"

 

Autumn Statement 2013 on a Page

Autumn Statement 2013 on a Page

A high level overview of the key announcements in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on 5 December 2013.

 

  • View Autumn Statement 2013 on a page

 

KPMG Annual Survey of Tax Competiveness Research 2013 results

KPMG Annual Survey of Tax Competiveness Research 2013 results

The UK remains attractive on tax but the media and political debate threatens to deter investment, according to KPMG’s Annual Survey of Tax Competitiveness Research 2013 results.

 

 

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