Businesses hit by business rate increases in England are to get extra help, including a £300 million discretionary fund to help the worst hit and a £1,000 discount for most pubs.
It will be up to the Welsh Government to decide whether to offer more help to businesses in Wales.
Chancellor announces moves to help English small firms on business rate rises; Welsh Govt announced own scheme recently but will it do more?
The Chancellor has begun his Budget speech with his take on the overall state of the economy.
Philip Hammond highlighted a fall in unemployment, which he said has been fastest in Wales.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has revealed to ministers the main themes of Wednesday's Spring Budget.
The Budget is intended to help young people get the skills they need to perform high-skilled and high-paid jobs in future, and give more children the opportunity to go to a good or outstanding school.
Another key theme is to bring down the deficit so the country can "get back to living within its means".
Mr Hammond said the UK economy had continued to show evidence of "fundamental robustness and resilience", but warned further austerity measures are on the cards with deficit and debt "too high".
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Sport Wales chair Paul Thomas and his vice-chair are suspended. Other board members are reinstated after vote of no confidence in the chair.Read the full story ›
If local councils don't want to merge, they'll still have to share services under the latest Welsh Government proposals.Read the full story ›
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford and his Scottish and Northern Irish counterparts demand no further public spending cuts in the UK Budget.Read the full story ›
Assembly Members have voted to back the Wales Bill in today's Assembly vote. The vote was 38-17 in favour of the bill.
The Assembly's right to rename itself a parliament is one of the powers unambiguously given to Cardiff Bay by the Wales Bill.
The main concern of Plaid Cymru - and many in Labour who've agreed to swallow their doubts - is that because law and justice won't be devolved, the Assembly's ability to legislate will be curtailed.
The party groups decide their positions for this afternoon's crucial vote on whether to support the Wales Bill.Read the full story ›