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German Companies 'Want Britain In Single Market' After Brexit

The “vast majority” of German companies want Britain to stay in the single market after Brexit, but many fear its full withdrawal from the EU, according to a survey. The study by the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) also found that German companies were losing their appetite for investing in the U.K. after the referendum vote, and expected the eventual deal to involve new barriers to trade.
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