the Decision to withdraw Britain from the European Union, adopted by referendum in June 2016, has already cost around 130 billion pounds ($170 billion), the study revealed, Bloomberg Economics. By the end of 2020 the damage could reach 200 billion pounds ($262 billion), as the uncertainty about trade relations of the country with the block is stored.
Historically between the economic growth of the UK and other countries “big seven” showed a strong correlation. But after the referendum on Brexit it was broken, figured out the experts of Bloomberg Economics. As a result, the British economy began to lag behind the economies of other developed countries, and now it is 3% less than they could be while maintaining the same relations with the EU.
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