LONDON (Reuters) – Smaller British manufacturers expect their output to dip for the first time in seven years during the next three months, hurt by sagging order books ahead of Brexit, an industry survey showed on Wednesday.
Domestic orders flatlined and manufacturers reined in their investment plans, the quarterly survey of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) showed.
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The report adds to a string of downbeat signals from manufacturers ahead of Brexit, now due in less than five months.
Prime Minister Theresa May faces opposition to her Brexit plan from within her own Conservative Party, and has also...
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