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'No deal' Brexit would cost at least $16 billion in UK sales to the EU: U.N.

Reuters India Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Leaving the European Union without a trade deal would cost Britain at least $16 billion in lost EU sales, and probably far more after accounting for indirect effects and other markets, a report by the U.N. trade agency UNCTAD said on Tuesday.
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