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New UK finance minister Kwarteng seeks end to 'cycle of stagnation'

23 Tháng Chín 2022
New UK finance minister Kwarteng seeks end to 'cycle of stagnation' © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Kwasi Kwarteng arrives at Number 10 Downing Street, in London, Britain September 6, 2022. REUTERS/Phil Noble/File Photo

By David Milliken

LONDON (Reuters) - New British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng will detail close to 200 billion pounds ($225 billion) of tax cuts, energy subsidies and planning reforms on Friday, as part of Prime Minister Liz Truss's bid to end "Treasury orthodoxy" and spur growth.

Truss beat former finance minister Rishi Sunak to the leadership of the Conservative Party - and with it, the job of prime minister - in large part by campaigning against tax rises which Sunak announced in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

After a delay caused by the death of Queen Elizabeth - which came just hours after Truss set out a costly programme of subsidies to tackle soaring energy costs - Kwarteng will present parliament with the new government's programme around 9.30 a.m./ 0830 GMT.

Financial markets will also receive an initial price tag for the proposals, as the United Kingdom Debt Management Office will publish new borrowing plans after Kwarteng finishes his speech.

The market backdrop could barely be more hostile for Kwarteng. Sterling fell to its lowest against the dollar since 1985 on Thursday, while British government bonds recorded their biggest one-day fall since the start of the pandemic.

Much of the decline reflects the U.S. Federal Reserve's rapid interest rate rises to tame inflation - which have sent markets into a tailspin - but some investors are also wary about Truss's willingness to borrow big to fund growth.

A Reuters poll this week showed 55% of the international banks and economic consultancies that were polled judged British assets were at a high risk of a sharp loss of confidence.

On Thursday the Bank of England said Truss's energy price cap would limit inflation in the short term but that government stimulus was likely to boost inflation pressures further out, at a time when it is battling inflation near a 40-year high.

Paul Johnson, director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) think tank, said Truss and Kwarteng's tax cuts could be the largest since 1988, and risked putting Britain's public debt on an unsustainable path.

The IFS, together with U.S. bank Citi, estimate household energy subsidies will cost about 120 billion pounds over two years, while six months of business energy subsidies will cost 40 billion pounds.

These are a one-off, and the bigger concern for the IFS is around 30 billion pounds of permanent tax cuts - starting with 14 billion pounds in reduced payroll taxes, confirmed on Thursday, and 15 billion pounds of cuts to corporation tax.

A cut to stamp duty land tax on house purchases is also likely, according to The Times.

However, despite the extensive tax and spending measures, the government had decided against publishing new growth and borrowing forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility, a government watchdog, until a formal budget later this year.

For Kwarteng, tax cuts and deregulation are a way to end what he calls "a cycle of stagnation" that led to tax rates being on course for their highest level since the 1940s.

"We are determined to break that cycle. We need a new approach for a new era focused on growth," he is expected to tell parliament, according to speech extracts released by his office.

One measure he plans to announce are "investment zones" that offer businesses generous but temporary tax breaks, as well as relaxed planning rules, to encourage the construction of shopping centres, apartment blocks and offices.

"We will liberalise planning rules in specified agreed sites, releasing land and accelerating development," Kwarteng is expected to say.

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) welcomed the proposal but said it should be more widespread.

"We need to see this reform across the country, as it is currently too slow, complex and uncertain. It stifles business investment, expansion and growth," BCC Director General Shevaun Havilland said.

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