World Bank: Brexit had negative impact on global economy
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World Bank president: Brexit 'contributed to slow growth'

World Bank President Dr Jim Yong Kim says Brexit has had a negative impact on the global economy and that this created difficulties for developing countries.

He told the World at One that Brexit was one factor among many, including the drop in commodity prices, which was contributing to slow growth and prospects were "not nearly as bright as they were a few months ago".

  • 03 Aug 2016
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