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Brexit is now directly damaging business investment in Britain

LONDON — Brexit is now directly affecting the investment decisions of British firms, according to a survey from the Confederation of British Industry. Its survey of 357 businesses found over 40% of businesses said Brexit has affected their investment decisions. Of those, 98% said the impact has been negative. The companies which reported Brexit had negatively influenced their investment decisions cited general uncertainty over the UK's future.
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