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growing fears of a hard Brexit. This Tuesday is not expected in the British house of Commons for a decision on the Prime Minister, Theresa May, with the Brussels agreement negotiated to exit the EU. It is considered unlikely that the Deal gets a majority in Parliament.

The Kiel Institute for the world economy now looks to the EU to find a compromise. “The EU should give the UK the Signal to persist in the coming negotiations on the strict indivisibility of the ‘four freedoms’ (of goods, services, people, capital),” said IfW President Denis Snower. “The EU should accept that the British want only a free trade agreement for goods, but the control of the people who come to the island.” Only the head of government May could get the Brexit Treaty by the Parliament. “Otherwise, it is to be expected with a Fail and a No-Deal is highly likely, with economically drastically negative consequences,” said Snower.

In the event of a Brexit, without the agreement of thousands of rules for trading and traffic between the UK and the EU after the 29 threaten. March to be invalid. The hits travellers, workers and businesses.

More on the topic of expert opinion Brexit without a Deal, Germany would cost billions

German companies fear negative consequences of Brexit. In a Forsa survey, 65 percent said that they see in the planned exit of Britain from the EU at a disadvantage for Germany as a business location. On the Contrary, the Brexit conditions, the companies are not in favour of but apparently. 92 percent of companies surveyed support the consistent line of the EU-the Brexit negotiations.

With views of the Brexit 30 percent of the companies expect cons for your own business. A total of 13 percent of the companies have a close business relationship with the UK, more than half of all companies (57 percent) has no business relationship with the UK.


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