LONDON (Reuters) – Outgoing Bank of England policymaker Ian McCafferty pronounced on Wednesday that it was tough to see how Britain would strengthen a trade ties as a outcome of a preference to leave a European Union.
Brexit supporters have pronounced that Britain can boost tellurian trade ties as it detaches itself from a EU, a biggest trade market. Asked if there were ways in that Britain could be stronger outward a European Union, McCafferty pronounced “Everything is theoretically possible.”
“I find it formidable to detect that we would finish adult in a improved position, trade-wise, during slightest for a poignant period,” McCafferty, who is withdrawal his purpose during a finish of a month, told Sky News.
Reporting by Alistair Smout; Editing by Hugh Lawson