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Two false assumptions about Germany's take on Brexit

"Germany is unlikely to take a soft approach, or set out to 'punish' the UK" Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Katinka Barysch

Head of Marketing Intelligence, Allianz

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Angela Merkel: likely to take a 'pragmatic' approach Image: REUTERS/Eric Vidal

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