Japan warned that the output of the UK from the European Union may affect the fact that her company will leave the United Kingdom. Many Japanese corporations have invested heavily in the United Kingdom, including in the global banking giant Nomura and top automakers Toyota, Nissan and Honda .
This was announced in the 15-page memorandum presented on Sunday at the G20 summit in China. The document described the attitude of Japan in their companies to ensure the UK to cope with the consequences of «Brexit».
Japanese firms have considered the UK as a "window to Europe", when they have invested in it, and now they want to make sure that the country will seek to limit any "negative impact" on their company.
Japanese companies employ around 140 000 people in the UK and an additional 300 000 people in the rest of Europe.
International banks operating in the UK, are afraid about whether «Brexit» limit their right to receive EU financial "passport", which allows them to trade financial instruments in all 28 EU member states.
British Prime Minister Theresa May at the G20 summit said that her country was still open for business, despite the uncertainty about the impact of «Brexit». However, in an interview May acknowledged that the country can expect difficult times.
Based on materials WELTRADE