The business climate in Britain has fallen to a minimum for nine years

Деловой климат в Британии упал до минимумом за девять лет

Fears over Brexit not give British companies to expand and make investments. Only about a third of firms are optimistic.

The business climate in the UK has reached the worst levels in the last nine years. Submitted on Monday, November 19, the British consulting company IHS Markit data, only 32% of UK executives expect the growth of their business activity over the next 12 months. This is the worst result since the survey in 2009.

In the past quarter, the number of optimistically minded companies accounted for 39%.

“The answers to our questions show that fears over Brexit greatly complicated investment activity and plans for hiring new employees,” said IHS economist at Markit Tim Moore.

The terms Brexit: surrender or victory of Britain?

The government Theresa may is trying to protect the agreement reached with the Brussels agreement on the draft Treaty on the UK exit from the EU, despite the departure of several Ministers and a possible vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister.

We will remind, on November 14, the British Parliament approved the text of the draft agreement on the terms Brexit.

In disagreement with the plan of exit of Britain from the EU, several Ministers resigned.

Source: Russian service of DW


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