As Scottish politicians push for a fresh independence referendum we look at how oil, gas, whisky, salmon and tourism could support its aspirations.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants to hold a second vote on the country’s independence, three years after the previous unsuccessful referendum attempt to do that.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says that would cause more economic uncertainty.
In this edition of Business Line we analyse the economic case for Scottish independence, looking at the country’s assets including oil and gas, whisky and salmon, and its potential as a leading tourist destination, perhaps with a boost from Norway.
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