Reforming government: Corporate welfare - The Economist

Reforming government: Corporate welfare

Reforming government: Corporate welfare - The Economist
Reforming government: Corporate welfare
Published Aug 14, 2004
537 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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The most unloved government ministry faces pruning, or the chop FEW bits of government attract more scorn than the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), which employs 10,200 people and spends ú4.8 billion a year. The Conservatives...

  
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