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Old 14.04.2020, 11:57
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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The Japanese car makers are moving production "back home". It may not have happened yet (not sure) but it definitely will and Brexit is the trigger.

Many financials companies have already moved operations to the continent, more are likely to follow regardles of the actual outcome. Simply because the uncertainty BoJo causes forces their hand.

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It's hilarious to see you predict the economic onsequences of the coronavirus without a shadow of doubt while you simultaneously deny the obvious consequences of Brexit even though many companies have actually announced what they will do and must be acting on that already. But of course that's different, isn't it.
Well it doesn't take a genius to see that when people don't work there will be an economic hit and that when governments start handing out money left, right and centre that someday that debt is going to have to be repaid

Brexit is completely different, whether or not a trade deal will be struck, and assessing the consequences of no deal being struck.

p.s. vast majority of financial operations remain in London and Brexit wasn't the trigger for the upheaval the car industry is seeing at the moment
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