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Overseas companies are moving quickly to evaluate the challenges -- and potential opportunities -- that a British exit from the EU would bring.For foreign groups that do business in UK, short-term reassurance and regret over the referendum results are already giving hard-headed calculations of the potential costs and difficulties that a Brexit will put in their way.Fully 80 per cent of automobiles made in the UK are exported, half of that to the EU.Britain's departure from the EU also presents a competitive opportunity and several European corporate leaders were explicit about how they might benefit.Banks based in the UK would almost certainly lose their automatic right to do business in the bloc, known as "passporting". That means the US and Swiss banks that use London as their EU base and UK banks themselves will face choices about shifting businesses to the continent.Other German banks were quick to highlight the risks that the UK would face outside the bloc.
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