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Envelope Printing Company set for liquidation

Overprinting specialist the Envelope Printing Company (EPC) is set for liquidation, with debts estimated to exceed 1.2m.

Removal of Royal Mail price controls 'bad for DM'

Ofcom's proposal to remove Royal Mail price controls is expected to be "bad news" for the direct mail sector and could result in double-digit price hikes for transaction mail.

ICSM offering "gift packages" to subscribers

Print credit checking specialist ICSM is offerings its customers three services to help boost business over the Christmas period.

EU investigates Apple and five publishers over e-book sales

Apple is being investigated along with some of the biggest names in publishing by European regulators over whether their arrangements for e-book sales are in breach of competition rules.

UPDATE Manroland GB in administration

PrintWeek can exclusively reveal that PricewaterhouseCoopers has been appointed as administrator for Manroland Great Britain.

Enterprise Finance Guarantee applications slump

Loan applications to the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) in the three months to September slid to their second lowest quarterly total since the scheme's launch at the start of 2009.

Manroland secures debtor-in-possession financing

Manroland has secured its immediate future with a 55m (47m) Massekredit facility, similar to debtor-in-possession financing, that will give it the liquidity to continue with its restructuring efforts.

Changes to R&D tax credit 'welcome'

The introduction of an 'above the line' tax grant to replace the existing R&D tax credit for larger companies will only benefit the print industry if it is made available to SMEs, according to sources.

Truprint wins VAT battle over photobook exemption

Truprint, the Newton Abbot-based photo finishing business, has triumphed in a three-year tax battle with HM Revenue & Customs over whether it should have been charged VAT on its photobook sales.

Moonpig to lose VAT relief under new legislation

Online greetings cards retailers such as Moonpig and Funky Pigeon will be hit by new legislation that will end tax exemption for companies operating from the Channel Islands.

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