From the Arctic Circle to India: Scottish Government gets on with post-Brexit strategy


An earlier example of cultural exchange?

From the Scottish government website today:

‘Deputy First Minister John Swinney will visit India next week to further strengthen ties between the two countries. The visit will focus on Technology and Life Sciences, promote trade and investment and strengthen education and cultural links. Mr Swinney will be joined by a delegation of senior leaders from Scotland’s higher education sector.’

More detail at:

This is the latest in a sustained strategy to boost the Scottish economy with links from the Arctic to Canada and now India. I’m assured that unlike Theresa in Africa, Swinney will not be busting any moves. See these earlier reports:

Scotland moves closer to the Arctic Circle

Scottish Government makes 200 European links in effort to counter damage from Tory hard Brexit. BBC Scotland says: ‘eh, what, when?’

Enterprise Ireland visit to Scotland is latest in hundreds of links being forged by SG to counter effects of Tory hard Brexit

Scottish Government pushes ahead to strengthen trade links as a bad Brexit looms.

SNP Government making new links to North and East in preparation for Brexit failures by UK Government

Scotland to strengthen links with Ireland as well as Scandinavia and the Baltic as SNP Government prepares for Brexit

Getting on with the day-job? First Minister is in Brussels for 201st attempt to counter Tory Brexit damage to Scottish economy

Scotland does already have the only positive trade balance in the UK. See:

Scotland remains only part of UK with strong trade surplus as Scotsman attempts to deceive with selective and out-of-date figures.



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