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 No.157324

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/12/brexit-to-cost-uk-and-eu-firms-80-billion-a-year-without-a-trade-deal-study-says.html

Britain and the European Union (EU) would face a combined annual bill of around £58 billion ($80.4 billion) if Brexit talks were to collapse without a new trade agreement in place, according to a new study.

The report, published Sunday by consultancy firm Oliver Wyman and law firm Clifford Chance, said the cost of a so-called "no deal" scenario would total around £31 billion for EU exporters and around £27 billion for U.K. exporters. It implies that firms on both sides of the equation would be hit by new tariffs if a trade deal fails to be agreed.

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>>157324

>would total around £31 billion for EU exporters and around £27 billion for U.K. exporters

Meanwhile the actual UK trade deficit with the EU is around £60 billion. There's only a surplus in (((services))). That's pure coincidence, of course.




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