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Businesses have been hit hard by Brexit, according to research by an affiliation on Chambers of Commerce in the region.
Wales' automotive industry faces more challenges over future Brexit trade changes, according to experts.
Wales' automotive industry faces more challenges over future Brexit trade changes, according to experts. / The Welsh Automotive Forum said new checks on imports and rules over where car parts can come from could add to customs disruption when they are introduced.
Trade has plummeted and red tape has blocked our borders. Is that what ‘protecting our sovereignty’ meant?
UK manufacturers are suffering a triple whammy of lower sales, declining profits and a “painful cash squeeze”, according to new Insider Pro research.
The number of UK-based Japanese firms fell by 12 per cent from 1,084 in 2014 to 951 in 2019, with most of the drop occurring during the politically tumultuous period following the Brexit referendum in June 2016.
Analysis: trade could be a drag on recovery for years to come rather than the high-octane propellent the government promised.
Brexit has increased costs for 51% of UK manufacturers, with 35% saying they have lost revenue and one in five that they have lost potential business due to Brexit, according to a new survey by the manufacturers’ organisation, Make UK.
Three out of every four British manufacturers have experienced Brexit-related delays during the past three months and the government must sort out problems that are still affecting ports, industry group Make UK said on Thursday.
Two weeks into Brexit, problems are mounting and recriminations are flying in all directions. The reality of Brexit is proving every bit as toxic as the four-and-a-half-year slog that got us to this point.
British food exporters are set to be hit with millions of pounds of new costs due to new EU post-Brexit bureaucracy from next month.
The number of Japanese firms in the UK fell by 12 percent between 2014 and 2019. / Brexit drove a shift in Japanese firms out of the U.K. and toward continental Europe, a report shows.
Scotland’s engineering sector is being battered by Brexit fallout and “urgent” action is required to avoid further damage, industry leaders warned today.
Even the best-prepared companies with solid export and import experience have had to contact Scottish Engineering for advice on a raft of complex issues arising from Brexit, the industry body’s chief executive has revealed.
South West Manufacturing Barometer reveals SME factories experiencing price hikes and shortage of materials.
Brexit issues are causing small to medium-sized manufacturers in the East Midlands "significant disruption" as they attempt to recover from the economic effects of Covid-19, a new report has found.
Brexit-related issues are causing disruption for SME manufacturers in Yorkshire and the Humber, according to a new report.
Brexit issues are causing small to medium-sized (SME) manufacturers in the West Midlands significant disruption as they look to recover from the economic effects of Covid-19.
Brexit issues are causing small to medium-sized (SME) manufacturers in the West Midlands “significant disruption” as they look to recover from the economic effects of Covid-19.
Supply chain disruptions pushed U.K. manufacturing output to its weakest level in nine months as friction moving goods across the border after Brexit persisted.
Caroline Rush today told of the “challenges” Brexit and the pandemic had posed for her industry as London Fashion Week got under way.
Brexit has hit "almost every exporter in manufacturing and engineering" in Scotland, it has been claimed.
Current lockdown restrictions are masking new car supply issues caused by post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, according to Cox Automotive, while the used car market continues to outperform expectations.