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World 'Crystal clear' Brexit deal with EU needed: ECB chief

21:57  15 october  2020
21:57  15 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Thursday that the high stakes for the post- Brexit economy make it likely She said she is optimistic about the chances even if the final deal might be inked "three minutes before midnight." But the central bank chief cautioned that there are

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Thursday that the high stakes for the post- Brexit economy make it likely Britain and the She said she is optimistic about the chances even if the final deal might be inked "three minutes before midnight." But the central bank chief cautioned

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Thursday that the high stakes for the post-Brexit economy make it likely Britain and the European Union eventually will reach a deal on the breakup.

Christine Lagarde wearing a suit and tie: ECB president Christine Lagarde is confident that a deal on Brexit can be reached, but cautioned that there are © Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD ECB president Christine Lagarde is confident that a deal on Brexit can be reached, but cautioned that there are "very sizeable egos" involved in the negotiations

"When we do the calculation of how badly the UK on the one hand, (and) the European Union, on the other hand would be hurt by a no-deal situation, it's crystal clear that there has to be a deal," Lagarde said during a debate on the global economy during the virtual IMF annual meetings.

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European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Thursday that the high stakes for the AFP 10/15/2020 AFP. © Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD ECB president Christine Lagarde is confident that a deal on Brexit can be reached, but cautioned that there are "very sizeable egos" involved in the negotiations.

ECB president Christine Lagarde is confident that a deal on Brexit can be reached, but "When we do the calculation of how badly the UK on the one hand, (and) the European Union , on the other hand would be hurt by a no- deal situation, it's crystal clear that there has to be a deal ," Lagarde said

She said she is optimistic about the chances even if the final deal might be inked "three minutes before midnight."


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But the central bank chief cautioned that there are "very sizable egos" involved and remaining differences over sectoral issues.

The statements come as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatens to halt negotiations, while EU leaders were meeting in Brussels on Thursday and called on London to make the "necessary moves" to make an agreement possible on the post-Brexit relationship.

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