British government eyes £16bn asset sale bonanza

Prime minister Gordon Brown has unveiled proposals to sell ‘non-financial’ assets including transport infrastructure, student loans, a uranium processing business, and a state-owned bookmaker for a combined £3bn. The subsequent sale of local government real estate assets could raise an additional £13bn.

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