Research from the Scottish and British Chambers of Commerce has shown a high number of UK firms are not ready for a no-deal Brexit.
New studies signal more positive news for Scotland’s economy – but firms want access to the single market
Scottish business is enjoying its longest run of expansion in nearly two-and-a-half years but Brexit is casting a dark shadow over future prospects, new studies show.
The old cliché “a week is a long time in politics” has had a whole new lease of life over the past seven days, leaving the business community in the north, north-east and the rest of the country wondering what the political world can throw at it next.
The aftermath of the general election offers the Scottish and UK governments a "golden opportunity" to set politics aside and co-ordinate their activity to help business succeed.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) network has set out three key business priorities ahead of next month's general election.
The number of people claiming the jobseeker’s allowance (JA) in Aberdeenshire has ballooned by more than half (nearly 57%) in the past year, new figures show.
The SNP has been urged to take steps to reform business rates in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
Scottish business chiefs moved quickly to calm nerves yesterday after UK voters chose to quit the European Union.
The bosses of Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports have called on First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to make a 50% cut in air passenger duty in 2018 a Holyrood election manifesto commitment.
Scotland’s economic recovery to pre-recession levels of growth is “not good enough”, a leading business group said yesterday.
The head of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce said there had been no reports of business leaders being bullied or put under pressure over independence.