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The IMF warns: “The Î’rexit is a risk for the global economy”

The uncertainty caused by the Brexit is the main risk for the global economy, according to the International Monetary Fund.”We consider this uncertainty undoubtedly as a key risk for the global economy,” said the IMF representative Jerry Rice, calling on the european leaders to take decisive steps.The European Union and the United Kingdom starting a series of difficult talks on forming a new economic relationship after the referendum of 23 June, with the issue of the access of Britain in the single market remains εκρρεμές. However, the timing of the activation of article 50 of the european treaty for leaving the European Union remains unknown, after the prime minister David Cameron passed on to διαδοχό of this responsibility.According to the representative of the International Monetary Fund this uncertainty threatens βραχυπρόσθεσμα development, “mainly in the United Kingdom’, but also is likely to have “effects on Europe and the global economy” at a time when the global growth is slowing.”The political leaders must be ready to take decisive steps to mitigate this risk,” said Jerry Rice during the δισεβδομαδιαίας Press conference of the IMF, without, however, to proceed to accurate recommendations.

The uncertainty caused by the Brexit is the main risk…
for the global economy, according to the International Monetary Fund.
“We consider this uncertainty undoubtedly as a key risk for the global economy,” said the IMF representative Jerry Rice, calling on the european leaders to take decisive steps.
The European Union and the United Kingdom starting a series of difficult talks on forming a new economic relationship after the referendum of 23 June, with the issue of the access of Britain in the single market remains εκρρεμές. However, the timing of the activation of article 50 of the european treaty for leaving the European Union remains unknown, after the prime minister David Cameron passed on to διαδοχό of this responsibility.
According to the representative of the International Monetary Fund this uncertainty threatens βραχυπρόσθεσμα development, “mainly in the United Kingdom’, but also is likely to have “effects on Europe and the global economy” at a time when the global growth is slowing.
“The political leaders must be ready to take decisive steps to mitigate this risk,” said Jerry Rice during the δισεβδομαδιαίας Press conference of the IMF, without, however, to proceed to accurate recommendations.

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