Blanchflower: Living Standards in U.K. to Fall After Brexit

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Dec.23 — David Blanchflower, an economics professor at Dartmouth College and a former Bank of England policy maker, talks about the Brexit negotiations, the coronavirus pandemic, and the implications for financial markets. The British government and the European Union look set to seal a historic post-Brexit trade accord in time for Christmas after negotiators reached the outline of a deal that includes a compromise on fishing rights. Blanchflower speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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