A woman walks past a computerized display showing the FTSE 100 index in west London, Monday, Sept. 8, 2008. (AP Photo/Akira Suemori)
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Only 7 per cent of UK companies would be willing to speak out in favour of the country staying in the EU even though two-thirds believe a so-called Brexit would be damaging for their companies, research has found.Nearly two-thirds of the FTSE 350 company secretaries who responded to the FT/ICSA Boardroom Bellwether survey, shortly after the general election in May, said a UK exit from the EU would cause "some" or "significant" damage to their company.But despite this generally negative view over Britain leaving the EU, one third said they would not be willing to speak out publicly on the issue, and 61 per cent said they did not know whether they would do so.
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