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Brexit: Irish business puts plans for Britain on the back burner

SMEs afraid to inject more cash and looking elsewhere

3rd July, 2016
Robert Pendleton from Apache Pizza. Pic: Feargal Ward

A number of Irish businesses are stalling their investments in Britain after Brexit.

Small and medium enterprises say they are hesitant to inject more cash into Britain and are looking elsewhere for their expansion plans.

Apache Pizza is rethinking its British franchise expansion, taxi app Lynk is halting any further investment in its new British app and CMS Distribution is turning its attention to mainland Europe.

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