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BUDGET 2002: £400m R&D tax boost

Budget news as it happens

UK businesses are to get tax credits worth £400m to boost spending on research and development (R&D).

It is hoped that the measure will improve the innovation and competitiveness of the UK in an increasingly tough market.

In line with his pre-Budget statement, Chancellor Gordon Brown explained that the tax credits will be available to 1,500 businesses collectively spending over £11bn a year on R&D.

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