German engineering and technology company Siemens has made a commitment to the UK after Brexit.
But Siemens chief executive Joe Kaeser has vowed to continue investing in the UK after the EU referendum result.
He told the Telegraph: “We’re here for the long-term and we don’t let ourselves get jerked up and down. We’re staying because the UK is a good place to do business.”
Siemens has 350,000 employees, including 14,000 in the UK, working across wind power, turbo-machinery, MRI scanners and healthcare diagnostics.
The management of the company is reportedly meeting in the Cotswolds to formulate a post-Brexit strategy.
Kaeser said: “This is to show that the UK matters with or without it being a member of the EU.”