22 June 2016 at 0:09 GMT
Nikkei Asian Review
Asia's corporate leaders will be watching with bated breath as the UK votes on whether to stay in the EU, with a decision to leave seen dealing a blow to their businesses and the British economy. The referendum has been a hot topic in Hong Kong. “If Brexit happens, it will be detrimental to the UK, and it will have a negative impact on the whole of Europe,” warned Li Ka-shing, chairman of CK Hutchison. The referendum will be watched with great interest in India. Jaguar Land Rover, a UK subsidiary of India's Tata Motors, estimates its profit could be cut by $1.47bn if the UK leaves the EU, Reuters reported. The automaker has looked into opening a continental European office if Britain quits the trading bloc.
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