Japanese ambassador warns that Brexit uncertainty could see companies invest elsewhere

the UK currently has around half of all Japanese investment into the EU. But he warned that there could be “early departures and damaging outcomes” if the current chaos around Brexit continued. Mr Tsuruoka’s warning came as European business leaders …
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