I have found the expression “the biggest such business” in the second sentence in The Economist.
It has also made it easier for people to find the ingredients, kit and talent necessary to cook them up illegally. For years the biggest such business was making stimulants such as amphetamines and methamphetamines, which are also produced in neighbouring countries (see article).
So I tried to find out in what order to use ”such“ and ”a superlative.“ and I have finally found the following.
You can't follow "such" with a superlative.
Does this mean "such the biggest business" is incorrect?
Both statements are confusing. Which is a grammatically correct expression?