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The government has introduced its trade credit insurance scheme in the hope that it will ease cashflow problems for firms.
Once profitable businesses that are now suffering losses as a result of the recession were offered some relief in the Chancellor’s Budget.
The general consensus among the business community is that, while the 2009 Budget contained some useful measures, it did not do enough to tackle the problems facing both the economy and individual firms.
Responding to concerns that smaller firms are struggling with problems of credit risk, the government is setting up a trade credit insurance scheme.
The Chancellor has extended a scheme aimed at helping loss-making firms ease their cashflow worries by enabling them to reclaim taxes paid on profits during the last three years.

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