The Advisory Group on Economic Recovery was established by the Scottish Government to provide independent expert advice on supporting the sectors and regions of Scotland's economy to recover from the impact of Covid-19. In establishing this Advisory Group, the Scottish Government has recognised that it must be prepared to act swiftly to mitigate the long-term economic impacts of Covid-19. But alongside the enormous challenges brought by Coronavirus there is also a strategic opportunity.

The Scottish Government has asked the Group not merely to signpost a return to the status quo, but to set out possible paths towards a better recovery - towards a more robust, more resilient Scottish economy. 

This call for views was an opportunity to shape the Advisory Group's recommendations by contributing views on how the Scottish Government should approach supporting Scotland's economic recovery. 

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The Scottish Government's Advisory Group on Economic Recovery   

Call for views: Advisory Group on Economic Recovery


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