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CITY VIEWS: DO YOU BELIEVE DAVID CAMERON'S PROMISE TO REDUCE CORPORATION TAX?

<strong>FR&Eacute;D&Eacute;RIC BOURQUIN </strong>SOCI&Eacute;T&Eacute; G&Eacute;N&Eacute;RALE<br />&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve lost faith in politicians, who have become increasingly concerned with career-orientated status. However, Cameron&rsquo;s effort to regain the traction the UK offers to companies sounds like a good idea at a corporate level, though on a personal level it may not filter down.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>GARI MPARUTSA </strong>ACCENTURE<br />&ldquo;I think he will deliver on it, but only to show he is different from the previous administration. The reduction won&rsquo;t make a huge impact &ndash; it will help small firms but would not affect most large corporations as there are so many other factors involved in locating a business.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>STEPHEN GALE </strong>WINDSOR INSURANCE<br />&ldquo;I think Cameron will deliver on his promise. The corporation tax cut will help to get the economy going again but it&rsquo;s got to be part of a package. However, I think axing the 50 per cent income tax rate would be more useful in stopping the exodus of talent leaving the UK.&rdquo;<br />