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Most economists say Brexit will harm economy - poll
LONDON Nine out of 10 of Britain's top economists working in London's City financial district, small business and academia believe the economy will be harmed if Britain leaves the European Union, a poll said on Sunday.
EU referendum: Brexit 'an enormous economic problem'  
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