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Foreign investment in UK has crashed since Brexit vote says UKTPO

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The UK's decision to leave the EU has already cost it a 19% fall in Foreign Direct Investment, FDI, according to research group UK Trade Policy Observatory.

UKTPO says the fall between 2016 and 2017 is the longest continuous decline since records began.

Brexit has cost the UK its status as the largest recipient of FDI in Europe too; Germany has usurped it.

Full details of UKTPO's report Not Backing Britain: FDI Inflows Since the Brexit Referendum are here.

The UK Trade Policy Observatory is a partnership between the University of Sussex and Chatham House.

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