Even though the United Kingdom s exit from the European Union might have satisfied 51.9 percent of those who voted to leave, do not count Samsung, LG, and Acer among those who were in favor, reported The Korea Herald.
As things stand now, Samsung and LG have seen sales in the EU drop over the years.
Due to these concerns, both Samsung and LG are reportedly thinking about relocating their London offices somewhere else.
Their production facilities will not be affected by any possible moves, however, since they are not located in the U.K. Samsung has production facilities in Poland that make home appliances, with additional production facilities in Slovakia and Hungary that make televisions.
As for Acer, company CEO Jason Chen told DigiTimes that Britain s decision to leave the EU will result in weaker demand in the European market.
Chen also said his company would closely monitor the impact Britain s decision will have on business.