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About 54 percent of Japanese companies with operations in the United Kingdom have been negatively impacted by the country’s planned exit from the European Union, up 28.7 percentage points from a year ago, a recent survey showed.

A whopping 70.8 percent of Japanese manufacturers in the United Kingdom have been negatively impacted, the survey by the Japan External Trade Organization showed, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to go through with his plan to pull out of the 28-nation bloc by the end of January.

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