US companies are reportedly reviewing the future of almost $600bn (£490bn) worth of UK investments due to concerns Britain will have restricted access to the EU single market in the wake of June's Brexit vote.
The FT reports that in a document to be presented to the UK's Cabinet Office this week, the US Chamber of Commerce warns a post-Brexit UK would need "unfettered access" to the European goods and services...
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