U.K. manufacturers feeling gloomy after Brexit vote

By the Guardian

Jul 25, 2016

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Optimism among Britain’s manufacturers has slumped since the Brexit vote to its lowest level since the depths of the global recession more than seven years ago, the CBI has reported.

The employers’ organisation said the “cloud of uncertainty” hanging over industry was causing firms to mothball investment plans and expect recent strong output growth to ease.

The gloomier tone to the quarterly industrial trends survey followed a period when manufacturing appeared to be doing better after a difficult start to 2016.

Read the full story on theguardian.com.

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