>> 25 March 2011

Leader of the SNP and SNP candidate for Aberdeenshire East, Alex Salmond, will tomorrow (Saturday) join activists in his home constituency of Aberdeenshire East to visit small businesses which have benefitted from the Small Business Bonus.

With Labour consistently voting against the Small Business Bonus over the last four years the party has said the only way to protect the rates reduction for 80,000 small businesses was to re-elect the SNP Government in May.

The SNP's commitment to small business has saved the average firm £1,440, with some firms saving over £4,000 this year. Backed by the small business bonus, Scottish businesses have created 40,000 jobs in three years.

A re-elected SNP Government will keep the small business bonus going with £450 million of investment to support our local firms, high streets and new businesses.

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