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What businesses, workers and producers want from Budget?

18 March 2014 Last updated at 16:58 GMT

As the Chancellor prepares to deliver his latest Budget, BBC News asks a range of people representing business, workers, consumers and manufacturers what they would like to see included.

The TUC wants money spent to help working families, while one city voice calls for changes to Capital Gains Tax.

Supermarket chain Asda wants Mr Osborne to recognise the pressures on lower income families and the British Retail Consortium would like a reform of business rates.

And the manufacturing industry - so important for a balanced recovery - wants the Chancellor to do more to tackle soaring energy prices.

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