Prime News: Global business leaders say Brexit is bad for Britain

World business leaders have pressed the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union, saying several complications may surface in case people vote to leave the bloc.

China’s richest man Wang Jianlin, the person behind One Nine Elms development in Battersea and who owns Sunseeker, said a Brexit is won’t be a good choice for Britain and separation would result in more complications for investors.

Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce echoed the billionaire’s remarks, highlighting the economic interest of the country and the union to stay together.

A Fidelity survey stated two-thirds of senior executives at British and European companies believed an EU exit would negatively affect their companies.

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