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Brexit puts plans for SME growth on hold

When huge multi-national decide to lay-off staff, shift their headquarters over the channel or close entire factories, they grab headlines. The impending closures of Honda’s swindon car plant and the Michelin tyre factory in Dundee, plus the week-long shut down imposed by Jaguar Land Rover are part of a new and concerning trend for UK manufacturing, and in UK business life generally. But what about SMEs and why aren't we talking about the damage Brexit uncertainty is doing to them?

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By Charlie Mullins

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