RTE 1 December 2017 05:08:38The National Trust for Scotland and the Scottish Government are funding a $15m fund for the Scottish economy.
The fund was established in September 2015 to support businesses in the Scottish capital.
It was created to cover the costs of restoring businesses to profitability and to provide additional funding for business recovery.
The Scottish Government announced the fund was going to be used to pay for capital investment projects, including new infrastructure and investment in infrastructure.
It will also be used for support for businesses in areas such as education and health.
The funding will come on top of the £12m the Government will provide to help businesses in Northern Ireland, including a new fund for businesses.
It is the first time the Government has funded a Scottish business recovery fund.
The Minister for Finance, Derek Mackay, said the fund would be used by the Scottish government to help the local economy.
He said: “It’s a good example of how we can help businesses across Scotland in the recovery and recovery from an illness and the recovery from a natural disaster.”
This is a really important fund, one that will help businesses get back on their feet.
“We’ll be using the money to ensure the businesses that come to us to get some support, to make sure we have enough funding to get them back on the job and get them going again.”
The Scottish government said the funds will be used in partnership with the local authorities and the public sector, with the aim of helping them recover and restore confidence.
The funds will also provide a range of other support to businesses and the local community, including by offering advice on how to increase productivity, improve their financial performance and develop a business plan.
They will also help businesses and businesses with small businesses develop a new strategy to support their business, and will be a catalyst for business investment.
The new fund will support the businesses in Scotland and Northern Ireland to recover and rebuild.
The Government said the Scottish fund will help those businesses that are most affected by the pandemic, and is part of a wider Scottish Government strategy to help business.
“There is a great deal of work to do to rebuild businesses in these regions.”
But this fund will be there to help them,” the Minister said.”
It will support businesses who are most impacted by the financial impact of the pandemics and who are able to recover.
“And it will support other businesses who need to start their own businesses, such as those that are in areas of the north and Midlands where there is still a lot of uncertainty.”
In the short-term it’s good for small businesses in those regions.
They can put a new spin on their existing businesses, they can expand their existing operations.
“A spokesperson for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills said: “The Government is committed to supporting businesses in recovering from pandemic and natural disaster, and has announced a £12.4m funding commitment to help recover businesses.
“The fund is designed to support local recovery and business recovery in areas where it is needed the most.”
Over the next two years, it will be working with local authorities, the public and local businesses to provide a new business plan and a range on how businesses can make a return to the economy.
“Local businesses will also receive support from the Government’s ‘back to work’ scheme.”
The Government has set up a £25m fund to provide support to business.
A spokesperson said:”The Scottish Investment Bank has provided over £2bn to the Scottish recovery fund, including over £15m to provide local support to recovery in Scotland.”
Scotland has been the focus of an extensive recovery programme, and the Government is looking to build on that success by helping to support business as they begin to rebuild.
“Businesses will be able to take advantage of the funding from this fund to invest in infrastructure and improve their businesses, and more importantly, to invest further in Scotland.”