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Businesses cautiously welcome no-deal guidance

Adam Marshall, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, has welcomed the Government’s decision to publish its no-deal strategy documents, although he said preparation should have happened “far earlier”. Allie Renison, Head of Europe and Trade Policy for the Institute of Directors, said the government needs to ensure the no-deal information “trickles down to all businesses in the supply chain, particularly to smaller firms which are typically less resourced, and are less likely to have made preparations so far”. Federation of Small Businesses chair Mike Cherry agreed that smaller firms are most vulnerable, saying: “If you are a small business that trades with the EU or employs someone from the EU, or if you a self-employed EU citizen working in the UK, you need easily accessible information that will explain how a sudden Brexit will impact you and your business while providing practical steps to soften this impact.”

Source:   The Independent (23/08/2018)

 

 


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