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Britain’s economy flying blind?

Almost 100 days after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, most businesses are still in the dark. ||| London - Pubs, retailers, automakers. Name the business and it’s likely they’re looking for an answer to what Brexit will actually mean. Almost 100 days since the UK voted to leave the European Union, firms are still in the dark. Prime Minister Theresa May has offered little insight into her exit strategy, leaving executives to make decisions on investment and hiring with no clarity on what the business environment might look like, or how easy it will be for the UK to continue trading with the bloc of 500 million people.
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