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Business rates capped at 2%, Welsh government has agreed

Business rates in Wales will be capped at 2%, the Welsh government has agreed.

They were set to rise in line with the rate of inflation at more than 3%, but assembly members unanimously supported the lower rate.

The decision follows concerns that some firms were paying almost twice the amount they should.

BBC Wales economic correspondent Sarah Dickins reports.

  • 14 Jan 2014
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