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There will be short term setback due to uncertainties which is normal for any exit be it companies or countries or even marriages.

The good news are the transition has allowed many Malaysian businesses in UK to readjust and respond positively regardless of the outcome.

If it is a no-deal Brexit, some business in the UK said business could suffer by between 20% and 30% but they are already looking into other markets but many believe business will be affected for the short-term and should be fine in a year or two,” he said.

Top Glove Corp Bhd, the world’s largest glove maker, said it did not foresee substantial differences in doing business with Britain due to Brexit. Top Glove’s approach within its control “rather than external factors which are temporary” in nature.

https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/03/07/msian-firms-following-brexit-closely-business-will-be-affected-but-for-the-short-term/