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Chancellor should use credit easing to boost SMEs

George Osborne should use credit easing to change the lending landscape for British business, according to a Tory backbencher. Sam Gyimah says that in the autumn statement, the Chancellor "has the opportunity to go much further than stimulating lending to business in the short term and to deal with the deep-seated problem which is that our banking sector in too concentrated and uncompetitive - credit easing could go ‘beyond the banks’ to unlock news pools of capital to finance UK SME's".


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