Danish exports to Britain near 16-year lows in post-Brexit months



Danish exports to Britain fell in August for the second straight month, official data showed on Monday, after Britons' June vote to leave the European Union sent the pound to its lowest level against the euro for more than five years.
Exports to Britain from Denmark, whose currency is pegged to the euro, fell 10.5 percent in August to 2.75 billion Danish crowns (£333 million), from July, when they fell 4 percent.
Danish Agriculture & Food Council, a lobby group, blamed the weaker pound for lower exports.
The group's chief economist Frank Oland said: "If the exit isn't handled... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Business, Views: 41
Source: Reuters
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