Analysis: The Retail lobby wants tax breaks - but that won't address the Scottish economy's deep structural problems
Are tax breaks really the answer to a slow-down in retail sales? CommonSpace looks at the structural issues in Scotland’s economy that need to be addressed to ensure economic prosperity
THE Scottish Retail Consortium wants the Scottish Government to deliver more tax breaks to the retail sector. The organisation, which has Scotland’s biggest retailers among its members, has said that online shopping, squeezes on household budgets and rising costs are causing it problems.