Scotland loses out in IT company birth and death cycle

Doug Woodburn
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Gravitational pull towards London and South East has strengthened in last six years, Experian figures reveal

London and the South East have gained and Scotland has lost out in the cycle of IT company births and deaths over the last six years, data from Experian reveals. Nearly half (48 per cent) of IT ...

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