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May 31, 2017 | EY gives Germany top billing: Germany leads Europe in EY’s Attractiveness Survey 2017

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April 28, 2017 | UK house prices slow down, the first possible indicator that Brexit is beginning to impact.

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April, 2017 | Germany has jumped up two places to number two in A.T. Kearney's Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index for 2017, with the leading consultancy citing heightened interest because of Brexit as one of the possible reasons for the rise. (www.atkearney.com)

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UK venture capital market stays strong
March 22, 2107 | Venture capitalists have not been dissuaded from putting their money into Britain in the wake of the Brexit vote, with the U.K. able to increase its share of total European venture investment to 43 percent in 2016 from 32 percent in 2015.

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Germany poised to become Europe’s No. 1 foreign direct investment location following Brexit – Ernst & Young say
January 2017 | International companies in finance and high-tech are the most likely to increase their presence in continental Europe. A full 72% of high-tech companies are planning to invest in European expansion over the next three years. And this is not just a trend of large global corporations but 69% of medium-sized foreign investors say they plan to increase their involvement in continental Europe.

When asked which country is the most attractive in Europe for foreign direct investment, Germany wins with a whopping 40% compared with 22% for the UK and 8% for France. This coincides with large majority of 54% of investors choosing Germany if they are shifting operations from the UK.

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