Quicker cuts to slash deficit

Blackmore, Nicole
May 2010
Money Marketing;5/20/2010, p15
The article reports on the agreement of the British coalition government, dominated by the political parties Conservative Party and Liberal Democrats, to hasten the reduction of deficits by 2015 through six billion pounds of budget cuts during the fiscal year 2010-2011 in Great Britain.


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