The U.K. government has announced that the Chancellor of the...

The U.K. government has announced that the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will order a £900 million (€1,010.4m-$1,149.0m) tax cut for small high-street retailers in the annual budget. The measure is meant to help physical retailers compete against Amazon and other online rivals. A further £650 million (€729.8m-$829.8m) will be available ...

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