A poll of 800 company executives from 6 EU countries, conducted by law firm Baker McKenzie, showed that about half of the respondents said that their companies reduced investments in the UK, Bloomberg reports. Last week, Airbus reported that if the UK did not agree on a deal with the EU, the company intended to withdraw investment from this country. About half of the surveyed executives of the European companies, whose annual income exceeds 250 million pounds, noted that they were already observing interruptions in the supply chain. The idea of a free trade agreement was more attractive for the EU companies than the creation of a customs union.
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