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zone’s debt troubles have badly damaged trust in the European Union while mistrust of EU law making has grown as the European Commission, the EU executive, takes on more power to coordinate a club that has expanded across Eastern Europe over the past decade. 4.0 CONCLUSION Upon looking at and assessing a variety of reports and analyses, it is obvious that British exit from the EU will convey with it huge economic and political costs. It will reduce the UK’s standing in the world and its ability to influence the international events that affect the most. It is also apparent that none of the alternative relations with the EU presents itself as more advantageous compared to EU membership. Consequently, the UK leaving the EU will be a historical mistake of foremost extents, one whose impacts will be felt sharply for the time being and have a lastingly impact on the UK for many years to come. Regardless of whether Britain remains in the EU or leaves the EU will give an impact on Global standing which lead us to the conclusion that as Brexit will offer favourable circumstances to UK to some extent
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APPENDIXES Case Reports: 2019 Vol: 25 Issue: 3 Brexit: What Next? A Critical Analysis Mohammed Sawkat Hossain, Jahangirnagar University Abstract This is a secondary research-based case study that designates the recent global financial issue of Brexit.

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