The case for Scottish Government intervention as banks fail local communities

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The case for Scottish Government intervention as banks fail local communities

The basic rule on state intervention in business is that there has to be a market failure. This is when commercial concerns have no interest in the investment needed to supply a service which the Government deems vital. It’s the defining line between state ownership of industry that competes with commercial concerns – the old failed […] The post The case for Scottish Government intervention as banks fail local communities appeared first on Business for Scotland.

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The case for Scottish Government intervention as banks fail local communities