FOR some time we have given news about Scottish industry at length because, as one of the major areas of underemployment in Great Britain, it deserves special consideration by industrialists embarking on new projects. We have therefore special sympathy with the considerable apprehension which exists there at present because of threatened rail closures. Although the present closures do not seem very serious in themselves the prevailing uncertainty can have adverse effects on the attraction of new industry to Scotland. Those who are in a position to assess the situation are definitely of the opinion that the second and later stages could be very serious indeed.
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