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UK firms absorb Brexit shock, get on with business for 2017

Many execs are trying to push their worries to one side and investing in expansion projects

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A worker assembling components at the Mec Com factory near Stafford, central England. According to official data, businesses increased investment in the three months after the referendum.

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RICHARD Bunce says he felt sick when voters decided to take Britain out of the European Union (EU) in June, forcing him into a emergency review of his firm's expansion plans.

But six months on, orders are strong and a new growth plan is in place, according to Mr Bunce,

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