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Holyrood had heavily criticised proposals to offer special tax breaks and develop streamlined customs procedures through more than half-a-dozen Singapore-style ports in England and has repeatedly stood firm against demands to adopt them in Scotland. Many ports throughout Scotland had thrown their support gaining freeport status, which would enable firms to import goods and then re-export them bypassing normal tax and customs rules, but during the SNP conference in November, delegates passed a motion condemning the plan. The motion had stated freeports "cannot and will not offset the damage caused by Brexit" and raised fears that they would mean low-cost, low-wage, low-value opportunities "entirely at odds with the SNP's ambition for Scotland's economy". But SNP trade minister Ian Mckee, who recently described the freeports plan as a "shiny squirrel" designed to distract from the damage of Brexit, has now said that a version of freeports would be delivered north of the border.