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Tax now, cut later

27 Oct 2021 By Swaha Pattanaik

The UK finance minister is relying on tax hikes and an economic rebound to spend more while shrinking the budget deficit to 3.3% of GDP in the next fiscal year. Hopes of pre-election giveaways hinge on easing supply disruptions, lower inflation and solid growth. It’s a long shot.

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