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Retailers Call For Business Rate Shake-up

Posted at 7:19AM Tuesday 18 Feb 2014

Retailers are calling for a radical overhaul of the business rate regime that could see the tax based on energy use rather than property values.

The British Retail Consortium presented three alternatives to a system the industry claims has been rendered out of date by the rise of online shopping.


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