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The Scottish and UK government have agreed to establish two green freeports in ScotlandThe highest daily toll in two months..
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But the plans have laid bare concerns over how many of Scotland’s key ports in and around Edinburgh, Glasgow, Fife and Dundee are controlled by foreign interests who could benefit from the freeport plan and there are calls for a rethink so that the nation has more jurisdiction.