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UK trade may struggle to stand still after EU exit
As British Prime Minister David Cameron struggles to accommodate eurosceptics in his own party, trade experts warn that quitting the European Union would force Britain not just to rework trade relations with the EU, but also with the EU's trade partners and probably the World Trade Organization.
Last Updated (Friday, 17 May 2013 10:40)
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