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Brexit: European Central Bank’s Lagarde ‘hopes’ for ‘positive outcome’

By AFP
13 September 2020   |   4:25 pm
The European Central Bank is hoping for a "positive" outcome to the negotiations on the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union despite "what has been observed in the last few days," ECB chief Christine Lagarde says.

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