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KPMG's "Business in Germany" – April 2019 – Brexit Special

"Business in Germany" – April 2019 – Brexit Special

KPMG's Business in Germany is a quarterly English language publication that provides useful insights on Germany as a business location and focuses on foreign investors.

Andreas Glunz

Managing Partner International Business

KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft


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One topic is currently eclipsing all developments in Europe: Brexit. There are new announcements from London almost on a daily basis. Meanwhile only one thing seems relatively certain: Brexit is going to happen. When and in what form? That is completely unclear.

Our experts have thus been working intensively to determine what consequences Brexit will have for businesses with subsidiaries in the United Kingdom – and what preparations still need to be made. For all sectors, the most important topics are currency fluctuations, customs duties, restrictions on the exchange of staff and data as well as supply shortages. What needs to be considered? And how is that to be managed? Our special Brexit edition of Business in Germany provides answers.

This edition also examines what makes Frankfurt so interesting for many European businesses.

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