– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 14th May 2002.

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Photo of Bruce Crawford Bruce Crawford Scottish National Party 14th May 2002

Question S1W-24925

To ask the Scottish Executive what financial support has been provided to Scottish Coal, or any of its subsidiaries, from Scottish Enterprise in the past three years.

Photo of Iain Gray Iain Gray Labour 14th May 2002

In the three years to 31 March 2002, the Scottish Enterprise network contributed a total of 81,591 in direct support to Scottish Coal Company Ltd and its subsidiaries. These contributions went towards a number of projects including studies on opencast mine reinstatement and the Modern Apprenticeships Scheme at Longannet and were in addition to the bank guarantee of 4.514 million provided by Scottish Enterprise to Scottish Coal (Deep Mine) Ltd and paid to the Royal Bank of Scotland.

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