The Scottish Parliament is set to receive new powers to raise 40% of taxes and decide about 60% of public spending, the Queen's Speech confirms.
Scottish food exports reached £1.1bn for the first time last year, according to new figures.
Scotland remained second only to London last year in attracting inward investment projects, according to a new survey.
Gillian Sharpe looks at the business of horse racing in Scotland
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The latest inflation figures show prices falling. Economists are agreed deflation is nothing to fear, yet. And prices have been much more volatile in the past.
Business/economy editor, Scotland