Cross-border tax complexity cost the UK economy £47.6 billion in...
Cross-border tax complexity cost the UK economy £47.6 billion in lost revenue last year — an average revenue loss of...READ MORE
Small and medium-sized firms are especially vulnerable in the even of a no-deal Brexit, the CBI has warned.
Four out of 10 SMEs that trade internationally have no contingency plans for Brexit, says the CBI. Fifty-six per cent of SMEs in Northern Ireland – the pinch point of Brexit negotiations – have yet to start planning. And 90pc of small architecture firms have found it impossible to start planning.
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