A new PwC report has been released that assessed the attractiveness of aerospace manufacturing investments by nations. The US has taken top spot, closely followed by Canada, Singapore and the UK , wich has revenues of $46 billion. Germany and the Netherlands follow closely behind at seventh and eighth, respectively. The 2019 Aerospace Manufacturing Attractiveness report assesses a range of aspects such as cost, economy, infrastructure, labour, industry, and tax policy. Roland Sonnenberg, head of UK aerospace and defence at PwC, commented: “We’ve seen a lot of speculation that uncertainty over Brexit terms and the potential disruption to global supply chains
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