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Latest update : 2016-06-16

Who has the most to lose from a Brexit?

The debate over whether or not Britain should leave the EU has been divisive and damaging. Sterling and stocks have been battered by uncertainty over how the British people will vote. Where do businesses stand? Who would be hardest hit outside the UK by a Brexit? And is Norway or Switzerland a feasible model for the UK, which is a much bigger economy?

By Markus KARLSSON , Stephen CARROLL , Charles PELLEGRIN , Farah BOUCHERAK

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Frank GILL

Director of European sovereign ratings at Standard & Poor's

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