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France's Sapin says Brexit would be a shock for EU economies

"It would be a shock for the rest of Europe, for the European economies, which are showing signs of recovery," Sapin said.

 

Brexit, Brexit news, France Brexit, France Brexit news Elizabeth Tower, which houses the Big Ben bell, at the Houses of Parliament is reflected in a bus window in London, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

A British vote to leave the European Union would represent a shock for European economies just as they are showing signs of recovery, French finance minister Michel Sapin said on Thursday.

“It would be a shock for the rest of Europe, for the European economies, which are showing signs of recovery. We think that this trend is going to strengthen,” Sapin said during a visit to London.

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First published on: 12-05-2016 at 13:27 IST
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