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Brexit: 5 ways the UK leaving the EU will affect tech firms

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Brexit: 5 ways the UK leaving the EU will affect tech firms

The UK public's decision to leave the Europe Union will impact technology firms operating within Britain in a variety of ways. Here's a breakdown for business and tech professionals.

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