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UK Attractiveness Survey: Inward Investment after Brexit


After 2020, research by EY across Europe suggests that around 50 per cent of foreign companies might move assets out of the UK.

Key points include:
  • Investment will have a major influence on the impact of Brexit.
  • A tailored response for the services sectors is required, given the likelihood that these businesses will move after Brexit.
  • A concerted effort to understand and reach out to new investors, the group most wary of the UK as a future investment, location s required.

     









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Mark Gregory
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