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Old 16.06.2016, 12:11
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Would be better than the EU who in all its years of existence have almost no significant trade deals except perhaps Mexico (2000) and South Korea (2015).

So, yes, I think the UK could do rather better than 1 significant trade deal every 30 years or so.


Well you missed out a significant one with Switzerland!!

Here is a list of over 40 EU signed trade deals plus many others in negotiation.

This includes the Euro-Mediterranean AA agreement with 10 countries as a result EU exports almost 200 billion euro per year to these!

Then there is Chile worth ca. 12 billion exports per year and South Africa worth 30 billion per year.

Are you resorting to Leave tactics of stretching the truth?

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