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German Chancellor Angela Merkel believes that Brexit is a foregone conclusion and irreversible. In her opinion, as expressed on Tuesday, June 28 during a summit in Brussels, "everything can not be deployed again." Now is not the time for wishful thinking, the Chancellor said. It also welcomed the plan, according to which the new summit of EU heads of states will be held in September without the participation of London.
In London Brexit opponents rally
More than a thousand people (according to other sources - a few thousand) gathered on Tuesday, June 28 at London's Trafalgar Square for a rally aimed against Brexit. The action took place despite the fact that earlier the organizers said that it will be canceled because of the inability to guarantee the security of its members. The rally was held under the motto "Stay together" (Stand together). Leader of "Liberal Democrats" Tim Farron, also came to Trafalgar Square, said the gathering in question.
Brussels after Brexit: The EU recognizes its share of the blame for the results of the referendum
In Brussels on Tuesday, began the summit of heads of states and governments of EU member states - the first since the referendum on UK. The main working of the EU summit meeting will be held on Wednesday, 29 June. David Cameron will not take part in them.
The Parliament of the Netherlands rejected the Nexit idea
The Parliament of the Netherlands did not support the right Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders' proposal to hold a referendum on the country's membership in the European Union. At a meeting on Tuesday, the referendum idea was supported by only 14 deputies out of 75. Wilders proposed that the authorities do as much as possible to carry out "Nexit". However, under the current laws of the Netherlands a popular vote on EU membership is impossible.
FT: Brexit day was the most unstable in the foreign exchange market history
The British Treasury has warned about the growth of tax due to Brexit.
UK Finance Minister George Osborne announced a tax increase and reduction of budget expenditures in connection with the referendum on withdrawal from the EU, according to Reuters.
FT: Brexit could cost the world economy more than $ 3 trillion
Stock markets around the world lost a record $ 3 trillion over two trading days after the results of the referendum. Provoked panic selling on the leading trading floors of the world, writes the Financial Times with reference to the market participants.
Total will develop the largest oil field in Qatar
The French oil company Total has been selected to develop the largest oil field in Qatar, Bloomberg writes. It is noted that Total has won a 30% stake in partnership with Qatar Petroleum. The two companies will create a new company North Oil Co. for Shaheen field development in the next 25 years.
Toyota announced a withdrawal of 1.43 million vehicles worldwide
Toyota announced a recall of 1.43 million hybrids Prius and Lexus CT200h due to a possible defect at the airbags. This will affect cars from 2010-2012.
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