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Britain's exit should not influence China

Britain's exit from the EU, with a 52% lead for Brexit, increased the level of uncertainty in the British nation and the global economy, Li Keqiang, China's Premier stated today.

Amid Thursday's referendum outcome, the stock markets, on a global scale, weakened the most along with the British currency, the sterling.

China's Premier talks about uncertainty after referendum

Li highlighted further that the referendum's outcome influenced the international markets, having brought uncertainty and fear in the worldwide economy.

Moreover, China's Premier focused on the importance of keeping a good cooperation with Europe, and that his nation will continue to develop a relationship with the EU.

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Monday, 27 Jun, 2016 / 7:58

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