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Hovercraft boss: Brexit vote has 'brought new inquiries'

The recent fall in the value of the British pound has been taken by many as terrible economic news. But for British companies which are export-focused, it has been a gift because it's made their goods cheaper abroad.

The British Hovercraft Company, based in Kent, has reported a wave of new inquiries from abroad over the past week.

Its owner, Emma Pullen, is now planning a worldwide export drive, saying Brexit has opened up a "brave new world" for UK exporters.

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