Boro Boy wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 05, 2019 9:19 pm
The lengthy list was a distraction with entries that were incorrect, just scratching the surface and I found two entries wrong then a CEO who had no worries and was expanding his business and thats rejected by the Remoaners because it doesn't fit there cause... And just because something is 3 years old doesn't make it wrong! So you do your home work - the third link is not a pay wall and I thought you were capable of getting past it but perhaps not...!
Oh, Boro Boy. I feel bad for you sometimes.
Generally, businesses are not happy about the extra (and currently unknown) admin and costs that brexit will bring. They aren't happy about the diminished opportunities. Some face problems with staffing, others with high import costs. There are exceptions - my employer is doing alright out of it. We offer short-term asset rental and in the current uncertainty, companies are preferring not to commit to long-term or ownership. But we source the assets from abroad and we are facing issues there. The additional costs will be passed on to our our customers, who will pass them on to theirs until eventually they are passed on to the retail customer.
You will I am sure find exceptions, but be careful - how many of them are saying they will survive, or that the cost is worth it? How many are genuinely expecting to thrive as a result of brexit?
As yet, no-one is predicting that brexit will bring any benefits. The best we hear is that 'no-one knows' and 'we don't have a crystal ball', or even 'we survived the war, we can survive Brexit'. It's hardly inspiring. The only people who believe brexit will bring a better future are the financiers who have betted on the pound dropping in value.