Apple is full of optimism about the future of the UK after leaving the EU. On Thursday said the head of the Corporation Tim cook at the meeting with the Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa may.
The United Kingdom will be well outside the EU, says Tim cook, visited the Theresa may at Downing street.
As the BBC notes, the words of Tim cook clearly does not match the mood with the announcement of the American authorities that US companies while delaying decisions about investment in the British economy because of the uncertainty with the rules of doing business after Brexit.
Previously Executive Vice President of the US chamber of Commerce Myron Brilliant said in an interview that thousands of American companies are concerned that the rules will change after the UK leaves the EU.
Tim cook and the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may
However, at the meeting with the Prime Minister, may, Tim cook said: “We believe in the UK – we think you’ll be fine”.
“Yes, on the way to meet a lot of potholes, but the United Kingdom will cope,” – said the head of Apple.
In a statement following the meeting in Downing street Apple said: “We are proud that innovation and growth Apple currently provide approximately 300,000 jobs throughout the United Kingdom”.
Tim cook in company with the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan (pictured left)
Earlier it was reported that Apple is planning to move to London in the new headquarters. The office will be located in the renovated building closed Battersea power station. Apple has stated that they plan in 2021 to place there 1600 of their employees.