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A Hard Brexit Could Cost Denmark 1% in Lost GDP, Minister Says

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A hard Brexit could cost Denmark as much as 1 percent in lost gross domestic product, the economy minister said in Copenhagen, as he urged one of the Nordic country’s biggest trading partners to reach an amicable divorce deal with the European Union.

“Brexit is the most visible threat to the Danish economy,” Economy Minister Simon Emil Ammitzboll told Bloomberg on Monday.