Scotland's exports and inward investment agency has stressed the "long-term" nature of the country's China strategy after an international trade expert called the benefits to date "a drop in the ocean, economically speaking".
Scotland's exports and inward investment agency has stressed the \"long-term\" nature of the country's China strategy after an international trade expert called the benefits to date \"a drop in the ocean, economically speaking\".
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Figures show exports up 15% in past year By Colin Donald, Business Editor
A spokesman for Scottish Development International (SDI) pointed to new figures from HM Revenue & Customs which showed that Scottish exports to mainland China in the year to October 2012 amounted to £470 million, up 15% on the previous year and a 48% rise between 2006 and 2011, the most recent period for which full-year figures are available.
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