June 2011
Accountancy;Jun2011, Vol. 147 Issue 1414, p35
Trade Publication
The article questions whether government proposals for enterprise zones are enough to revive businesses in England in 2011. It reports on the government's attempt to encourage business growth through tax relief and cuts to bureaucracy, while accountants and tax experts remain skeptical that the measures to create new enterprise zones will really meet their target. The areas that have been chosen as enterprise zones include Birmingham and Solihull, Sheffield and Leeds.


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