July 2010
Accountancy;Jul2010, Vol. 146 Issue 1403, p34
Trade Publication
The article examines the two reasons why Great Britain cannot afford to dissociate itself from Europe. The first reason is that 50 percent of the British exports go to its trading partners in the eurozone. The second reason is the debt problem of Europe is similar to that experienced by the British government, because both regions required the refinancing of their banking institutions at risk of collapse.


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