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U.K. | 7 Oct 2019 Business Investment is not Destined to Slump, Despite Brexit Risks
Make no mistake, business investment has been depressed by Brexit uncertainty over the last year.

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7 Oct 2019 Business Investment is not Destined to Slump, Despite Brexit Risks

By Samuel Tombs

Make no mistake, business investment has been depressed by Brexit uncertainty over the last year.

Posted: 7th Oct 2019 in 'U.K.'

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