MPs debate tax on UK secondary infra markets

At a recent hearing assessing the impact of the Crisis on privately financed infrastructure projects in the UK, the head of the National Audit Office acknowledged ‘there might be a case’ for government and taxpayers to obtain a profit from equity sales taking place in the secondary markets.

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