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A comprehensive report has been issued by International Scotland, a consortium led by law firm CMS and the Fraser of Allander Institute, urging the Scottish Government to take immediate action to stimulate economic growth. The report outlines several key business sectors including sustainable touris

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A report, sponsored by Scottish Enterprise and conducted by Deep Knowledge Analytics, has forecast blockchain technology contributing £4.48 billion to Scotland's GDP by 2030. The study, Blockchain Industry in Scotland Landscape Overview: Companies, Investors, Influencers and Trends, is the fir

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Scottish private sector firms have shown strong growth in the second quarter, according to the Royal Bank of Scotland's latest PMI survey for April. The Business Activity Index reported a ten-month high of 54.3 in April, a rise from March's 52.9, fuelled by increased customer activity and a consiste

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The Scottish economy has reported growth of 0.3% in the three months to February 2023, according to the latest PwC UK Economic Outlook — alongside the rest of the UK’s nations and regions. Whilst the rate of growth north of the border is greater than that of North East, South East,

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Sentiment among finance leaders of the UK’s largest firms has improved significantly since the start of the year, according to Deloitte’s UK CFO Survey Q1 2023. The largest increase in confidence since the COVID-19 vaccine rollout was observed, with a net 25% of CFOs being more optimisti

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The UK economy is predicted to avoid a technical recession and a calendar year contraction in 2023, with an anticipated growth of 0.2%, according to the EY ITEM Club Spring Forecast. The improvement is attributed to better-than-expected GDP in Q4 2022 and the expected rapid easing of inflationary pr

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In February, the UK experienced flat GDP growth, which fell short of expectations for an increase, however, January's GDP was revised upward, aligning February's output with predictions. Industrial action in the public sector negatively affected February's activity, while construction output rebound

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