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Orange will maintain UK offices after Brexit vote

Monday 27 June 2016 | 16:57 CET | News
French telecoms company Orange insists that it would maintain its group offices in the UK following the UK's vote to leave the EU, reports Reuters. The Orange offices employ around 900 workers. Orange said that it had no presence in the UK consumer telecoms market and that the vote would have no direct impact on its balance sheet and financial exposure. In a statement, the company said that the group was covered against movements in the sterling and dollar exchange rates.

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