Businesses are in a period of stasis with global and domestic factors all contributing to subdued levels of confidence and investment, according to the latest Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) Quarterly Economic Indicator (QEI) survey for Q4 of 2019. The quarterly survey was carried out between No
Following the announcement of a majority Conservative government, various financial and business services in the UK have given their response. Chris Sanger, EY’s head of tax policy, commented on what the General Election result means for UK tax and the Chancellor’s Budget in the ne
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce has set out a list of actions the newly elected government must take in the days following the opening of parliament to ensure that Scottish businesses regain confidence to hire, plan and invest.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) has hailed a plan to build a whisky distillery in Inner Mongolia worth more than £3 million to suppliers in Scotland. The deal follows a series of SCC-led events which welcomed business groups from Inner Mongolia to Scotland, under the SCC Network’
The latest Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) Quarterly Economic Indicator survey for Q3 of 2019 shows that businesses continue to struggle due to factors caused by Brexit uncertainty in the most recent quarter.