Mr Soros, whose currency investments have earned him a formidable reputation, warned that there were still concerns over Europe's single currency.
Harmonisation of taxes among EU states was needed to support a euro which was still "a work in progress", Mr Soros told a UK tv news programme.
But he added that it would be "very difficult and very detrimental for Britain to be
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