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Dundee is Scotland's fourth largest city. Its population is approximately 180,000 people. It is situated on the north bank of the Firth of Tay, the estuary of the River Tay. Traditionally Dundee has been famous for three things: Jute, Jam and Journalism. However the Jute industry has relocated to Bangladesh, and the marmalade factory has been the victim of corporate takeovers. The only J left is Journalism and the city still supports a major firm which produces a wide spectrum of publications including newspapers, children's comics and magazines.