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europe's aerospace giant is the latest big names away into the debate over a person's future in europe herbas employ sixteen thousand people in the u. k. and has warned of huge economic risks if the country breaks to leave the e. u. and a referendum to be held by twenty seventeen we look for competitive stable economic environment operated , i mean is that we are successful integrated european company so we work with france germany and spain particular and we want to work as efficiently as possible across those borders to anything which disrupts that is a consensus , at us is the world's second largest play makeup off the boeing it makes wings toilets passenger jet city billion pound factory in north wales and designs and tests wings and landing gear in bristol the company makes six billion pounds a year in the u. k. warning comes as britain's largest business lobby group is urging bosses to defend britain's membership darren sinden from admiral markets isn't convinced by all the concerns if a strike zone around the world is not a , and i says there's no threats to current jobs in the u. k. but the u. k. vote to quit the e. u. would make airbus question its longtime investments in the country