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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wishes the Chinese people a Happy New Year.
"The ties between the two nations of Scotland and China are based on trade, commerce and culture but, above all, they are based on friendship. My best wishes to everyone celebrating Chinese New Year."
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
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In a budget that will promote growth in the economy and reform public services, Deputy First Minister John Swinney announced an injection of an additional half a billion pounds for health boards, taking total spending to a record of nearly £13 billion.
"We are working to create a more inclusive economy, where every individual can fulfill their potential. That approach will be central to our Budget plans."
Deputy First Minister
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