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INITIATIVES GUIDANCE ABOUT HM TREASURY MISCELLANEOUS


The Treasury is the department responsible for formulating and putting into effect the UK Government's financial and economic policy. The Treasury's overall aim is to promote sustained growth and higher living standards.

information

These pages are constantly updated and revised with the aim of providing you with the fastest access to material published by Her Majesty's Treasury. Information at this site includes daily news releases, economic forecasts, ministers speeches, economic briefing and the minutes of the Chancellor's monthly meetings with the Governor of the Bank of England.

Viewing Advice

These pages have been constructed using some Netscape extensions to standard HTML, and have been optimized for use with Netscape 2.0 or above. For the best results when viewing these pages it is recommended that you use a browser that can read these extensions and that the browser is configured to show images. You may find it useful to extend your view to full screen size, or at least 640 x 480 pixels.

Public Enquiry Unit

If the information you require has not yet found its way to our pages, you might try the Treasury's Public Enquiry Unit, who will be happy to help.

You can telephone them on 0171 270 4558 or fax them on 0171 270 5244. You can also e-mail PEU for information.

Please include your postal address and the full details of the information you require in any e-mail correspondence.

If you are interested about what has been said about the Treasury pages you might like to see in our Feedback section, comments from a cross section of users of our site. The site has also received some Internet industry recognition, which you can also read about in the feedback section.

If you have any comments on these pages you can e-mail me at: editor@hm-treasury.gov.uk



Lee Chamberlain
HMT Internet Editor



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