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Interview: Adam Posen—The US view of the election

“I don't think the country’s going to be governed right, under these circumstances.”

By Jay Elwes   June 2015
Brexit could change Britain's relations with the US

Brexit could change Britain's relations with the US

“The Brexit issue is just going to become dominant and it is the most important issue… for the British economy,” said Adam Posen, President of the Peterson Institute, the US think tank. Posen, a former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, which sets UK interest rates, and who sits on the panel of economic advisers to the US Congressional Budget office was speaking in the immediate aftermath of Thursday’s general election.

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