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Statutes in Force: Public Finance and Economic Controls epub

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Statutes in Force: Public Finance and Economic Controls epub

ISBN: 0118057723

ISBN13: 978-0118057721

Author: Great Britain

Category: Business books

Subcategory: Economics

Language: English

Publisher: Stationery Office Books; Revised edition (December 31, 1992)

Pages: 37 pages

ePUB book: 1240 kb

FB2 book: 1907 kb

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Labour setup public-private partnerships(PPP) using a Private Finance Initative(PFI) where the private company could bid on a government contract to manage a public good.

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Economic growth rates in the 1990s compared favourably with those of other top . About half the labour force in construction is self-employed. The United Kingdom, particularly London, has traditionally been a world financial centre

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This book is not concerned with all aspects of the Treasury's work, but only with its role as co-ordinator of financial and economic policy. This means that much of what the Treasury does has been almost entirely passed over, particularly the business of Establishments, Home Finance, and Overseas Finance. Yet if in this respect the theme of the book is narrow, in another it is as broad as the constitution itself.

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