Business rates capped at 2%, Welsh government has agreed
Business rates in Wales will be capped at 2%, the Welsh government has agreed.
They were set to rise in line with the rate of inflation at more than 3%, but assembly members unanimously supported the lower rate.
The decision follows concerns that some firms were paying almost twice the amount they should.
BBC Wales economic correspondent Sarah Dickins reports.
14 Jan 2014
- From the section Wales