Scottish business faces 22% rates increase – BBC News


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Scottish business faces 22% rates increase
BBC News
Business in Scotland faces an increase in rates of 22% over the next three years, increasing its local tax bill by nearly £500m. The figures have emerged from academic analysis of the Holyrood budget set out by Finance Secretary John Swinney.
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