Ungated Post | 24 Jun 2016
Assessing the economic implications of Brexit
The British public’s vote to leave the EU will have wide-scale implications for businesses across the industrial spectrum.
Oxford Economics has completed a quantitative research study to provide the information you need to be prepared. Using our world-class global economic model, with full analysis and data sets available for nine alternative Brexit scenarios, the study represents a uniquely comprehensive and impartial assessment of the implications of Brexit for economic activity in the UK and the rest of the world.
Click here to download the executive summary report of our analysis.
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