Brexit and Hungary’s challenge to European governance

New fronts open for European monetary stability

On June 23, UK voters will decide whether or not they want to remain in the European Union. From a short-term economic perspective, the decision to remain in the European trading bloc appears to be a foregone conclusion. Europe is a vital destination for the export of UK business, professional and linked services – one of its main areas of competitive advantage that generates large surpluses that help the country to repay its debts. Analysis of the short-term consequences of a British exit

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