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Inquiry status: closed.
This inquiry examines the current economic situation in Scotland and the role of the UK Government, Scottish Government, other agencies and the banks in supporting Scotland’s economy.
The Scottish Affairs Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 26 January 2011
Scottish Affairs Committee asks for submissions by Monday 31 January 2011
Scottish Affairs Committee hears from business organisations
Evidence given by:
Wednesday 1 December 2010:
Philip Rycroft, Director General, Innovation and Enterprise, and Chief Executive, Better Regulation Executive, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, and Susan Haird, Deputy Chief Executive, UK Tr