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Eurozone | 15 April 2019 What Does the Art 50 Extension Say About the EU's Brexit View
The EU's decision to grant the U.K. an extension under Article 50, until October 31, reveals two key aspects of continental Europe's position on Brexit.

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15 April 2019 What Does the Art 50 Extension Say About the EU's Brexit View

By Claus Vistesen

The EU's decision to grant the U.K. an extension under Article 50, until October 31, reveals two key aspects of continental Europe's position on Brexit.

Posted: 15th Apr 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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