Brexit would be a shock for EU economies, says France’s Sapin

By: | Published: May 12, 2016 3:41 PM

French finance minister Michel Sapin said A British vote to leave the European Union would represent a shock for European economies just as they are showing signs of recovery.

Michel Sapin, France, Brexit, European Union, BritainFrench finance minister Michel Sapin said A British vote to leave the European Union would represent a shock for European economies. (Photo: Reuters)

A British vote to leave the European Union would represent a shock for European economies just as they are showing signs of recovery, French finance minister Michel Sapin said on Thursday.

“It would be a shock for the rest of Europe, for the European economies, which are showing signs of recovery. We think that this trend is going to strengthen,” Sapin said during a visit to London.

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