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Government should spend £56m on pf schooling

FSA chairman Howard Davies is recommending the Government spend £56m on new teaching materials for personal finance education and schemes to involve school children with local business.

Davies was asked by the Treasury to carry out the independent review of enterprise and education.

It says the time is right for the promotion of financial and economic literacy in schools and has been welcocmed by Chancellor Gordon Brown.

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