Brexit uncertainty is causing businesses to pass the increase in costs incurred as a result of supply chain challenges on to consumers, according to new research from Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply.
Published on Supply Chain Digital | By James Henderson
Additionally, more than one in 10 (11%) EU companies have moved some of their workforce out of the UK since the Brexit vote.
With 60% UK businesses saying that currency fluctuations after the vote have made their supply chains more expensive to manage, consumers are already paying the price of EU withdrawal some twelve months ahead of official departure from the Union.
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