It’s said that the debate over our place in Europe has exposed a great demographic schism at the heart of the nation. The vote was split across age and socio-economic perspectives, the north/south divide and even across racial lines. But it might also have exposed a lack of national self-confidence, or at least among that half of the electorate in the grip of what might uncharitably be described as a collective Stockholm syndrome. But contrary to what the naysayers would have us believe, whatever the shape of our eventual trading arrangements with our erstwhile partners in the European Union (EU), the UK will continue innovating, financing, fabricating and exporting – with all the attendant opportunities for investors. We’ve decided to highlight some highly competitive markets in which the UK has established a significant presence through the employment of advanced technologies. And one key area in which we could restore a previously held technological advantage.
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