BUSINESS

Scotland’s economy would suffer significant damage under the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal

Exit agreement predicted to hit Scottish economy.

Scotland’s economy would suffer significant damage under the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal, according to

Recruitment under way as work progresses on ferries

New members of staff have been recruited at Ferguson Marine shipyard, as the Scottish Government progresses with work at the

£65 million investment in Moray economy

The Moray Growth Deal will make a real lasting difference to the future of the region.

The Moray Growth Deal will

Economic benefits of £745m Aberdeen by-pass highlighted

Road cuts journey times by half.

Around 50% of traffic has shifted from Aberdeen city onto the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route

Offshore wind - Proposals to ensure contracts stay in Scotland

Collective action is needed.

At a summit held by Finance Secretary Derek Mackay and Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse, the industry representatives

Plan to increase the value of exports by 2029

Scotland: A Trading Nation.

An ambitious growth plan will aim to increase the value of exports from 20% to 25% of

MHI Vestas To Supply Five V164-9.5 MW Turbines for Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Park

Aarhus, Denmark.

With a maximum capacity of 50 MW, and MHI Vestas now confirmed, Kincardine looks to set a new standard

UCL economist sets out mission-oriented vision for the Scottish National Investment Bank

Vision for the SNIB.

Professor Mariana Mazzucato has presented a major new policy report to Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on

Scotland’s £4 billion Space Sector

Lift off for Scotland’s space ambitions.

Scotland’s space sector could be worth £4 billion by 2030, Innovation Minister Ivan McKee said

EU exit is impacting business and investment

Economy Secretary urges businesses to prepare now.

Scotland’s Economy Secretary has warned that the UK’s departure from the European Union

Economic impact of ‘No Deal’ Brexit

GDP could drop by up to 7%.

A ‘No Deal’ Brexit could have a dramatic impact on Scotland’s economy, with the

Bringing the rural economy to the forefront of policy making

Delivering rural commitments.

A new group tasked with bringing the rural economy to the forefront of policy making has been announced.

The

A Ministerial Statement: Brexit - Preparations in the light of recent developments

Presiding Officer.

After today there are only 19 sitting days in this Parliament before the UK is due to leave the

Businesses concerned about Brexit

Risks of higher consumer prices, loss of labour and EU funding.

A new report has been released outlining the extent of

Speaking to representatives of the National Grid and Ofgem.

Eilidh Whiteford, SNP member for Banff and Buchan, is speaking to representatives of the National Grid and Ofgem.

Uncertainty has dogged

EU immigration policy for Scotland

A different EU immigration policy for Scotland would not result in a hard border with the rest of the UK,

Saipem and Siemens,new subsea control system

Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem and technology giant Siemens are to work together on new subsea systems.

Siemens, through its

Delivering innovation. FM @NicolaSturgeon opens the Oil and Gas Technology Centre Innovation Hub

First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon MSP was in Aberdeen today to unveil a new state-of-the-art facility to drive innovation in the

Scotland’s Place in Europe: People, Jobs and Investment

A Scottish Government study has warned that leaving the European Union with no deal could leave the country’s economy £12.7bn

First Minister's speech at the National Economic Forum

It’s fantastic to be here in Dumfries today. It’s really important that forums like this one don’t just take place

Royal Bank of Scotland is closing 158 branches across the UK

Royal Bank of Scotland is closing 158 branches, putting 472 jobs at risk.

The bank will be closing both RBS and Natwest branches

Oil find ‘could be biggest of the century’

Hurricane Energy is set to announce, at the end of March, that surveys of its Halifax well in an area

First Salvo: LSE and Deutsche Börse merger blocked by EU

The EU commission has blocked a £21bn merger of the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse, halting plans for a tie-up

The

Gibraltar's passporting rights

Fund managers and insurers have been drawn to Gibraltar because of corporation tax of 10 percent and easy-to-access regulators.

Financial services

Bank of Scotland branches in the Lothians to be closed

Bank of Scotland management have confirmed that branches in Goldenacre and North Morningside in Edinburgh, and in Gorebridge and Gullane,