Autumn Statement 2016: Boost for VCTs and start-up tech companies

Jayna Rana
Autumn Statement 2016: Boost for VCTs and start-up tech companies

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced plans to help British technology start-up companies by "injecting an initial £400m into venture capital funds".

In his first Autumn Statement as chancellor, Hammond (pictured) praised the "cutting-edge British businesses that are leading the world in disruptive technologies" and said the government will take action...

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