Scotland could issue bonds as soon as next April

Laura Dew

The Scottish government could issue bonds from next April after the Treasury confirmed it had begun a formal process to introduce legislation to that effect.

The move, which was first announced in Februrary 2014 following a public consultation, represents a further step in the devolution of powers to Scotland. New legislation will mean Scotland is able to...

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