The Scottish Chambers of Commerce has revealed that while businesses can relax for now, over the currency union question being answered, negotiations over further devolved taxation and spend powers that were promised by Westminster will need to be monitored closely.

Speaking to IBTimes TV in the immediate aftermath of the referendum results, which presented a 55% majority for independence rejection, SCC's head of policy research Garry Clark said the negotiation period as well as the general election in 2015, the Scottish election in 2016 and the European Union referendum in 2017, will provide more hurdles for business community clarity.