Airbus boss Tom Enders has had just about enough of Brexit. If the impending divorce from the EU is disorderly, the aircraft manufacturer will withdraw from Britain.
The French finance minister has described the leaving bonuses and pay for outgoing Airbus CEO Tom Enders as "excessive." Bruno Le Maire's comments coincide with the yellow vest protests around France.
Airbus could move investments out of the UK if there is a no-deal Brexit. Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders called the UK's position a "disgrace" as more firms pull the plug on a UK still stuck in political quagmire.
Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders has said Germany's policy of blocking weapons sales with German components to Saudi Arabia is divisive. He warned that "German-free" product lines might need to be developed.
The comments from Mark Francois came after Airbus CEO Tom Enders urged lawmakers to avoid a no-deal Brexit. Taking aim at Enders, Francois referenced D-Day and said he wouldn't submit to "bullying by any German."
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