Morning briefing; Five business stories to start your day

GOOD morning from Greg Wright, the deputy business editor of The Yorkshire Post. Here are five Yorkshire business stories to start your day.

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SCIENCE fiction writers have dreamed of an age when man and robot will work side by side to make the world a better place. A Huddersfield company is doing its bit to turn that dream into reality.

>The march of the robots is starting in HuddersfieldA healthcare firm which bounced back after being hit by the Boxing Day floods of 2015 is playing a significant role in halting the global spread of deadly diseases.

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>Read the latest on GAMA HealthcareBosses at Britain’s biggest companies feel gloomy about the economy, although their fears about the consequences of a no-deal Brexit appear to be easing, according to a new study.

>Survey on economic conditionsThe Leeds City Region’s export mentoring network, ExportExchange.co.uk, has helped software firm Panintelligence to open its first office in the US.

>Panintelligence heads to the US Fears rise that the property market would take a hit from a no-deal Brexit.