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Business Bulletin 1999-2011

Minutes of Proceedings 1999-2011

Journal of Parliamentary Proceedings Sessions 1 & 2

Committees Sessions 1, 2 & 3

Annual reports

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The remit of the committee is to consider and report on the Scottish economy, enterprise, energy, tourism and all other matters falling within the responsibility of the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth apart from those covered by the remits of the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change and the Local Government and Communities Committees.


Current Business

Please note that the Committee has now completed its work for the session and has held its final meeting.

Further information on the Committee's work during Session 3 can be found on the Completed Business page.

Business in the Parliament Conference

The Business in the Parliament Conference aims to facilitate engagement between Scotland's businesses and politicians. It forms part of a regular and ongoing Parliament and Government programme of engagement with business organisations and senior business leaders across Scotland. The aim of this unique partnership event between the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government is to engage Scottish business in continuing to grow Scotland's economy. Six conferences have taken place so far, the last on 11-12 November, 2010.

Next conference

No details are available on the next Business in the Parliament Conference. Discussions on any planned event for 2011/12 will be underway in the coming months. Further details about the most recent conference in November 2010 can be found at: In the meantime if you have any more general queries about the Conference series please contact the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.

Committee Meetings
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Next meeting:

Last meeting: 7th Meeting, Wednesday 2 March 2011

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Committee Reports

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Previous reports.