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Estimating The Economic Impact of Brexit

On June 23 2016, the United Kingdom narrowly voted in a country-wide referendum to leave the European Union (EU). Economists at the time warned of economic losses; the Bank of England produced estimates that that GDP could be as much as 10.5% lower than the previous trend.




Stories and analysis of modern economic issues.

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