France’s Hollande: Brexit would be bad news for world economy

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Tokyo | May 27, 2016 1:24 PM

"That would trigger capital transfers as well as the relocation of some activities that would not be for the benefit of the United Kingdom or even for Europe," he said.

"Economically, it would be bad news, bad news for the United Kingdom, as well as the world, not just Europe," Hollande said. (Reuters)“Economically, it would be bad news, bad news for the United Kingdom, as well as the world, not just Europe,” Hollande said. (Reuters)

French President Francois Hollande said on Friday that a British exit from the European Union would be bad news for the global economy, although it was not for France to say what Britain should do.

“Economically, it would be bad news, bad news for the United Kingdom, as well as the world, not just Europe,”

Hollande told a news conference after the conclusion of a Group of Seven leaders summit in Japan.

“That would trigger capital transfers as well as the relocation of some activities that would not be for the benefit of the United Kingdom or even for Europe,” he said. (Reporting by Thomas Wilson; Editing by Kim Coghill)

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