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Uncertainty makes Brexit worse than Y2K for customers, says Infosys

The drawn-out saga of Britain's departure from the bloc was thrown into disarray by the UK Parliament's repeated rejection of the divorce deal negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May

Haslinda Amin | Bloomberg 

Brexit
Brexit day came and went on March 29 and the UK is still in the European Union

is now worse than -- at least in terms of customer concerns, according to India’s second-largest provider of IT services.

“All of us knew would come to a head, right? In this case, nobody knows whether it’s going to be June, July, or October, or 2020,” Mohit Joshi, co-president at Ltd., said Tuesday in a Bloomberg Television interview on the sidelines on the Milken Institute global conference in Beverly Hills, California.

day came and went on March 29 and the UK is still in the European Union. The drawn-out saga of Britain’s departure from the bloc was thrown into disarray by the UK Parliament’s repeated rejection of the divorce deal negotiated by Prime Minister Exasperated EU leaders granted the UK another extension to Oct. 31 to provide more time for to work out its domestic politics.

“It is something which is a huge concern to all our clients,” Joshi said. “What they’re telling us is that the uncertainty is really affecting them, and the uncertainty is affecting their investment plans.”

First Published: Thu, May 02 2019. 15:19 IST
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