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Aston Martin Prepares For Brexit And IPO

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According to Reuters, auto maker Aston Martin is planning to overcome any of the pitfalls that Brexit may present them with, The luxury British carmaker maker is currently seeking a price tag of up to 5.1 billion pounds ($6.7 billion) in its stock market debut next month and has geared up for any Brexit outcome by boosting its stock of engines and components in case free and unfettered trade with the EU ends in a few months’ time.

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