Frequently Asked Questions - Will people in an independent Scotland still have access to a wide choice of financial products and services?
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Yes. The EU Single Market ensures that products can be sold across borders. Under the European Single European Market, consumers should be able to choose products and services which have been designed by companies anywhere in the EU.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.