Will Britain stay in the EU? Suppliers should locate the Brexit

By: SA Mathieson
Published: Monday, September 1, 2014 - 07:39 GMT

A British exit, or Brexit, from the European Union in a few years’ time looks increasingly possible. It is worth thinking about what it would mean for your business

In just over a fortnight's time, Scotland will vote on whether or not to leave the United Kingdom. Although the polls suggest that Scots will reject independence, the only poll that counts takes place on 18 September. Any business which may be affected will be paying close attention.

In the next 40 months, Britons might vote in favour of leaving the European Union.…

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