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Small Businesses

Volume 114: debated on Wednesday 8 April 1987

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4. Mr. MacKenzie asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what measures his Department is taking to assist small and medium-sized firms in Scotland.

The Government fully recognise the important role of small and medium sized firms, and have successfully brought about an economic environment favourable to enterprise. Small firms in Scotland benefit from a wide range of national and Scottish schemes of support. The Chancellor's recent Budget statement included further valuable measures to assist small firms.