Wood restrictions threaten Scotland's bagpipe sales

Scotland's bagpipes makers are facing increased production costs after new restrictions on the import of African Blackwood.

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    Glasgow, Scotland - Scotland's bagpipes makers are facing increased production costs after new restrictions on the import of African Blackwood.

    For more than a century, the trees have been used to make the instrument.


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