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UK bank tax shift lacks bite

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UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s promise to “ensure that all businesses and individuals pay their fair share, including by restricting the amount of banks’ profits that can be offset by carried forward losses”, is little more than window-dressing, which reschedules the use of deferred tax assets, but will have little impact in the long term.

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