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For the final programme Business Scotland looks back at some of the stories it's covered.
Douglas Fraser looks at the impact of Ramadan on the Muslim community in Scotland.
A look at the economic challenges facing the communities of the Inner Hebrides.
Gillian Sharpe hears about the costs for businesses affected by flooding in 2016.
Gillian Marles looks at the self-service economy and its impact on companies.
Gillian Marles takes a look at four recipients of the Queen's Award for Enterprise.
Douglas Fraser takes a look at the whisky industry.
Gillian Marles looks at tax and tax avoidance following the Panama papers revelations.
Gillian Marles explores the issue of ethical finance.
Gillian Sharpe investigates the effect on our lives of measuring time.
Gillian Marles looks at the winners and losers from the week's Budget.
Graham Stewart looks into human resources by visiting the industry's Scottish conference.
Gillian Sharpe takes a look at Scotland's 'brand'.
Ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight Laura Maciver takes a look at the movement.
Gillian Marles looks at the energy options for Scotland.
Gillian Marles hears about recent developments in the gas, oil and gold markets.
Gillian Marles looks at opportunities for Scottish companies in China.
Gillian Sharpe follows the nursery rhyme and talks to butchers, bakers and candle-makers.
Gillian Marles takes a close look at the job market in Scotland.
A look at the economic challenges faced by the communities of the Inner Hebrides.
Gillian Marles looks at the impact of the recent floods on Scottish business.
Gillian Marles looks at businesses behind Christmas carol The Twelve Days of Christmas.
Gillian Marles looks at how Scotland's shops are dealing with the busiest time of the year
Gillian Sharpe looks at the role pantomime plays in keeping theatres open in Scotland.
A look at Scotland's restaurant trade as it gears up for the busiest time of the year.
Graham Stewart looks at the future of the steel industry in Scotland.
Gillian Marles explores the effects of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
Ian Hamilton looks at the role of the Festival Theatre in Pitlochry's economy.
Gillian Sharpe looks at faith-based businesses and social enterprises.
Gillian Marles examines the economic value of Scottish venues the Hydro and the SECC.