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Without Business Tax Reform, ‘Four in Five’ British Retailers Could Close

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More than “four in five” U.K. retailers could be forced to shut stores if the government fails to reduce painfully high business taxes, a new British Retail Consortium report warns. Knight Frank said the business rates in the U.K. amount to “a tax on the right to occupy commercial property and typically equate to approximately…

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