A hung parliament is chief among the concerns of UK finance directors
according to a survey by Big Four firm Deloitte.
Deloitte’s survey found political risk was high among the concerns of the 141
chief financial officers interviewed for the quarterly survey,
Financial Times reports.
The executives also said reducing public spending should remain a priority
for government with most respondants expecting a sluggish recovery.
“Cut public spending and stimulate activity by reducing taxation, both
corporate and personal,” said one director interviewed for the survey.
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