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Costs could scupper Scotland’s bid for bond freedom


The UK government in London may be prepared to give Scotland the authority to print its own bonds, thus adding a new issuer to the exclusive sovereign, supranational and agency market, but the real power over whether or not the country ever raises its own bonds may lie with investors both within it own borders and elsewhere in the UK, writes Craig McGlashan.

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