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Britain's corporate bosses will soon know what Brexit really means

A clearer strategy from the Conservatives, backed by voters, may bring back confidence in spending
Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 05:50

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A still image taken from footage broadcast by the UK Parliamentary Recording Unit on Wednesday showing Mrs May speaking in the House of Commons in April. The strong performance of the British economy since June has dispelled fears of a big near-term shock to corporate profits or financial stability. Firms are clearly hiring.

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APPLE INC'S CEO, Tim Cook, has said that he's "very optimistic" about Britain's future outside the European Union.

Not everyone feels the same. Airlines, carmakers and banks are all warning of business disruption and trying to plan for the worst. But a general election in

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