The British economy, will expire a few months before the EU-exit to near-Stagnation. In the fourth quarter of 2018, it is likely to have only reached a growth of 0.1 per cent, of the conclusion of the Institute, IHS, Markit, the results of his company’s survey concluded. Thus, the economic activity is growing so slowly since the Brexit Referendum is hardly observed.

In the dominant service sector, the mood in the two months of November and December was the Institute, as bad as the highlights of the financial crisis in March 2009. to preserve

“the economy in front of a Shrink, is clarity about the Brexit a matter of urgency,” said Markit chief economist Chris Williamson. In about two weeks, the British MPs are to vote on the plans of the Prime Minister Theresa May to resign from the EU, the on 29. March is supposed to go on the stage. The outcome is completely uncertain.


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