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Keeping something back

23 June 2010 By George Hay

Britain’s new balance sheet levy should raise most of the projected 2.5 bln pound proceeds from the big five UK banks. The government may assume that smaller balance sheets and double taxation deals will reduce its take. Or maybe, as with the bonus tax, it is being cautious.

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