Germany wants a good Brexit deal;
German car industry worried about a nodeal WTO SCENARIO
The hit to German carmakers from a “no-deal”, so-called “hard Brexit”, characterised by the introduction of WTO tariffs on imports, could be as catastrophic as the impact of the financial crisis and lead to a massive reduction in its trade surplus and huge, politically traumatic job cuts in its core industry.
That, at least, is the message from adevastating study published by Deloitte’s German unit
Brexit to trigger CASH CRISIS in Europe: Huge EU tax on nations to fill £10.5BN black hole
Ever since the Common Market morphed into the EEC and then the EU, I’ve never heard a single Europhile politician, or journalist explain to peasants such as me the benefits to myself, or my country, of being a major contributor to the kitty. Nor what the begging bowl…
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