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Old 13.11.2019, 18:06
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Like the last days of the Roman Empire, the EU is living on its past glories and wonít be able to adapt to whatís coming.
I kind of agree with that but it counts for Europe, not the EU.

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Countries like Indonesia, Nigeria and Uganda will have populations that will dwarf Europe. And with higher populations comes higher economic output and growth. Its already happened in China and India, and itís going to happen across the developing world soon too.
I don't see that happen. Yes, they are growing and often innovative, but their key strength seems to be cheap (cheap production resources, cheap offshoring). That's doesn't get a country anywhere.
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