TaxCorporate TaxAsian businesses back Tory NI plan

Asian businesses back Tory NI plan

Businesses representing 19,000 jobs back conservative NI plan

Asian business leaders have backed Conservative plans to halt planned
increases to national insurance,
The
Telegraph reports
.

More than 60 businesses leaders signed a letter backing the Tory plans which
they say will “protect jobs and support the recovery”.

“We are responsible for ensuring that our businesses and our employees come
through the recession in good shape. The Government’s proposal to increase
National Insurance, placing an additional tax on jobs, comes at exactly the
wrong time in the economic cycle,” the businesses said in the letter.

Read the full story:
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Election 2010: Asian business leaders back Tory tax plan

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