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CFOs perception of the "Brexit" in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016

Share of chief financial officers (CFOs) responses when asked whether it is in the interest of UK businesses for the UK to remain in the EU in 2016

CFOs perception of the This graph displays the share of CFO respondents who consider United Kingdom (UK) businesses and the UK economy to have benefitted from EU membership in various areas in 2016. A total of 75 percent of respondents agreed that remaining in EU was in the interest of the UK's economic sectors.
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Share of chief financial officers (CFOs) responses when asked whether it is in the interest of UK businesses for the UK to remain in the EU in 2016

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This graph displays the share of CFO respondents who consider United Kingdom (UK) businesses and the UK economy to have benefitted from EU membership in various areas in 2016. A total of 75 percent of respondents agreed that remaining in EU was in the interest of the UK's economic sectors.
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Release date
April 2016
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
March 8, 2016 to March 21, 2016
Number of respondents
120*
Special properties
Base*
Supplementary notes
The source does not provide information regarding its pubblication date, date accessed 7/19/2016.

*Respondents were all CFO's of large UK-listed companies, partisipants included CFOs of 20 FTSE 100 and 55 FTSE 250 companies.
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