U.K. Officials Pledge Tax Relief to Energy Intensive Industries
3:58 PM MST | December 6, 2011 | Alex Scott
The U.K. government says it will provide a reported £250 million ($390 million) in tax relief and compensation to energy intensive companies faced with higher costs from its national carbon tax, and also extend its R&D tax credit to larger companies. The two areas of relief for industry were tabled today by the U.K.government as part of a broad package of financial policies in its Autumn Statement. Responding to the U.K. announcement, Steve Elliott, CEO of the Chemical Industries Association (CIA; London), said this afternoon that government...
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