Competent labour, informed investors, a well-functioning stock market and the shareholder culture: these are some of the reasons that Sweden could be a winner if Brexit forces British companies to search abroad.
Hans von Celsing, with a background as deputy CEO of medical technology company Elekta and who has lived in London for 40 years, says medical technology companies will be hit extra hard. How will medication be approved in both the EU and the UK? There is no certain answer for that just now.
British companies have begun opening offices abroad to ease permit applications. One of the companies which has opened an office in Stockholm is Manchester-based medical technology firm Gelmetix.
Adam Kostyál, from the Stockholm stock market, says it is not only Brexit that is sending companies from the UK; the London stock exchange is not suited to small companies.
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