IMF’s Lagarde: Brexit delay averts ‘terrible outcome’

Reuters is out with the key comments delivered by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde on the Brexit issue at a news conference during the IMF and World Bank spring meetings in Washington late-Thursday.

Key Quotes:

“At least the UK is not leaving on April 12 without a deal. It gives time for continued discussions between the various parties involved in the UK. It probably gives time for economic agents to better prepare for all options, particularly industrialists and workers, in order to try to secure their future.” 

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