A majority of international businesses from seven countries including Germany and China believe a British exit from the European Union would be bad for them and lead to a cut in investment, according to an Ipsos MORI poll on Friday.
In all, 78 percent of the 667 companies questioned said they believed the impact of a vote to leave the EU in a June 23 referendum would be negative, with only 5 percent thinking it would be positive for their business.
The rest said it would be neither positive nor negative or did not know.
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