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Brexit Knowledge Center

Aug 11, 2016


In June 2016, Great Britain voted to the leave the European Union (EU) due to economic, regulatory and border security concerns. While the Lisbon Treaty gives the UK 2 years to wind down its EU participation, the process may actually take much longer. Brexit could affect a variety of economic sectors in Europe and beyond as well as impact employment, trade, immigration and more. Check back to learn about the latest developments regarding Brexit.

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