Andrew Richardson, Ryden Freelance
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9 April 1999
Retailers’ perceptions of Scotland’s two main retail centres are entirely different. Edinburgh, with the smaller population of 450,000, is said to have a greater disposable income. Glasgow, with a larger population of 670,000, is said to have less disposable income but greater expenditure per person.Thus, with more people and greater expenditure, retailers’ first forays north of the border have tended to be in Glasgow. Historically, however, this has not been reflected in pr