We want to minimise negative impact of Brexit if it is disorderly: Merkel
NUREMBERG, Germany (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany wanted to minimise the negative impact of Brexit in both Britain and Germany if Britain were to leave the European Union in a disorderly manner.
“We want to reduce the negative effects, even if there is a disorderly Brexit, in both countries,” Merkel said.
Reporting by Reuters Television; Writing by Michelle Martin; Editing by Tassilo Hummel
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