The Hogan Lovells Brexometer survey, produced in conjunction with Oxford Economics, measures the sentiment of business leaders across the world on the impact of Brexit.
How are global business leaders preparing for Brexit? Do they anticipate profitability being affected, and, if they do, in what way? And do they feel confident about the impending negotiations? This report summarizes the views of major businesses as they look ahead to what is likely to be two years or more of very tense negotiation. As negotiations progress, and as Brexit fantasies become Brexit realities, business strategies will change and expected (and unexpected) impacts will emerge. This survey, to be repeated regularly, does not intend to predict the future; rather it seeks to establish the present.
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