Last June the rate on the UK£ against the Uganda shilling rose. The US$ rate stayed still. This was the case with many currencies according to the internet exchange rates.
banjo wrote:are only interested in putting a meal on the table for their families.
alfandalma wrote: We have seen them protesting and when individuals asked why they can't give a reason...Just the In thing to do. How thick is that.
alfandalma wrote:UK exports to non EU countries rose 17.3% that is 43.8 billion £ in the last quarter of 2016.....Seems it wasn't the thick that voted for brexit,
Unfortunately whatever Maggie didn't close the Chinese nicked, so forget any sunny uplands ideas of a resurgent manufacturing sector.
Outside the EU we can trade with over 200 countries, whereas in the Eu we can trade with only the countries they select
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