Kuehne + Nagel fears messy British adieu to EU

The worst possible scenario is that the UK leaves the EU in an disorderly manner, says Kuehne + Nagel's CEO. The House of Commons voted against the proposed agreement Tuesday.

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A disorderly Brexit, in which the UK leaves the EU without an agreement would be the worst possible scenario, says Dr. Detlef Trefzger, chief executive of German logistical company Kuehne + Nagel, after the House of Commons voted against UK Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed agreement which she had negotiated with other EU member states.

Trefzger underscores the importance of open markets, which will also apply after the Brexit deadline, currently set for March 29.

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