The Government will slash Britain’s trade tariffs to more than at any point in history if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, according to Sky News.

The broadcaster said the Department for International Trade (DIT) intends to cut 80-90% of all tariffs imposed on goods imported into Britain, according to Whitehall sources.

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Car giants Toyota and BMW have both warned a no-deal Brexit threatens the production of their cars in the UK.

BMW said it could consider moving production of its Mini from the UK in a no-deal scenario and the head of Toyota’s European operations said a negative outcome could put future investment at its UK factory near Derby at risk.

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Today we showcase how the finance chief at Antofagasta, is driving innovation at one of the world’s great copper miners.

Alfredo Atucha is implementing an approach based on velocity from his previous experience at consumer goods companies.

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We also consider the fate of leaders who underestimate the dangers of rivals with greater data power.

We reveal examples of those who have paid the price of complacency- and who might be next.