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Recent government research has highlighted a waning faith amongst UK companies in the benefits of new free trade deals post-Brexit.

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There was a notable increase in company insolvencies last month with 97 cases registered in Scotland, marking a 41% rise from the previous year. These insolvencies were spread across 44 compulsory liquidations, 51 CVLs (Company Voluntary Liquidations), and two administrations. There were no instance

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The UK's economic growth outpaced expectations in the second quarter, with a 0.2% increase from April to June compared to the previous three months, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). GDP grew 0.5% in June and the Q2 rise was a modest uptick from the 0.1% growth seen in each of t

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The UK's inflation rate witnessed a greater-than-expected drop to 7.9% in June, a 13-month low, due to a decrease in petrol prices, as reported by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This figure represents a noteworthy decline from May's 8.7% inflation rate, the weakest since the onset of the

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In the first quarter of 2023, the UK economy experienced a minor growth in output, maintaining the same rate as previously estimated. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed a 0.1% increase in the gross domestic product (GDP) from the final quarter of the previous year, mirroring the grow

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Scotland is set to create its first two Investment Zones in the Glasgow City Region and the North East, with up to £160 million of targeted investment, tax reliefs, and other incentives being earmarked over the next five years. This joint initiative by the Scottish and UK governments aims to b

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The Scottish economy has shown surprising resilience in 2023, outperforming expectations by avoiding a predicted shallow recession, according to a quarterly economic commentary published by the University of Strathclyde's Fraser of Allander Institute. Supported by Deloitte, the report provides an in

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James Watt, CEO of Brewdog, the brewery and pub chain headquartered in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, has expressed strong criticisms about the aftermath of Brexit, describing it as “tragic for UK business” and emphasising its detrimental effects on his own enterprise. Mr Watt shared his sentimen

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