Solvay Says Brexit Puts Question Mark Over More U.K. InvestmentsBy and
Chemical maker investing at least 100 million euros currently
U.K. vote to leave E.U. ‘won’t be a positive’ for investment
Solvay SA, which is investing at least 100 million euros ($111 million) in the U.K., will think twice about committing any more major funds in the country after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, according to Chief Executive Officer Jean-Pierre Clamadieu.
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