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Manufacturers involved in European supply chains – whether as suppliers or clients – must act now to mitigate the worst effects of a no-deal Brexit, but it’s not all bad news, says Alison Horner

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Paul Hodges believes it is time for businesses to start their own plans for how to deal with Brexit

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New research conducted for RSM, the 6th largest audit, tax and consulting network, shows that 8% of businesses in the European Union have cut ties with British suppliers as a direct result of the UK’s impending exit from the EU

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As the clock ticks down to March 29 next year – the day when, regardless of whether we get a Brexit that’s ‘hard’, ‘soft’ or somewhere in-between, Britain will leave the EU – the purpose of UKWA has seldom been more significant says the Association’s CEO, Peter Ward

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In an increasingly uncertain business environment – of which Brexit is the latest manifestation – manufacturers need to be able to adapt quickly to changing circumstances writes Alex Clark

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Emily Timmins asks: Should I amend my commercial contracts in light of Brexit?

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Shannon Murphy explains why depleting margins make an EU transition deal essential for UK manufacturing

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The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has produced a report on the current and possible impacts of Brexit on supply chains in the UK, Europe and the Rest of the World based on the views of the global procurement community

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Almost half of SMEs across the manufacturing sector have aspirations for growth over the next three months, compared with only 31 per cent immediately after the EU referendum, according to the new quarterly research from Hitachi Capital’s British Business Barometer

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According to Graham Carberry, all eyes are on the UK industrial sector

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