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BREXIT (Britain Exit) The Reasons & Impacts

BREXIT_The Reasons & Impacts

Brexit is an abbreviation of "British exit". In 23 June 2016 Britain came out from European Union (EU) by the Vote of Britain’s people.
After Having 43 years of membership this great country makes this big decision. In 1973 United Kingdom got the membership in EU to expand the business among 28 members and share a common economical system.

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BREXIT (Britain Exit) The Reasons & Impacts

  1. 1. BREXIT
  2. 2. Presentation Outline Why Brexit? Investment Issues Negative Impacts British’s OpinionPolitical Relation Reasons?
  3. 3. What is Brexit? Brexit is an abbreviation of "British exit" Britain came out from European Union (EU) On the Historical Day 23 June 2016 By the Vote of Britain’s people
  4. 4. The Reasons Want to be Separated Immigrant Crisis Security Issues Employment Crisis
  5. 5. Investment Issues New rules and regulation High labor Cost New tax system
  6. 6. 1 2 3 Uncertainty in Economy New Government Less Market Range Investment Issues
  7. 7. Possible Negative Impacts Business Sector Stock markets Pound Multinationals Employment
  8. 8. Possible Negative Impacts Credit ratings Financial Institution Property and asset prices EU funding Trade
  9. 9. The Political Relation Relation with other countries EU countries Relation
  10. 10. British Opinions  This vote does not affect your residency status. Nor your current healthcare benefits. Until an exit process has been finalized.  Your tax status in your country of residence is not affected by the vote to leave the EU.  The immediate impact of the vote has been felt in the financial and currency markets.
  11. 11. THANK YOU Questions?

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