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Brexit's economic ripple effects felt from London to Bangladesh

Instead of raising prices for shoppers, big high street brands squeeze suppliers

So far, Bangladesh's economy is holding up, but there are worries. The Dhaka-based Centre for Policy Dialogue warned in a report last month about the negative impact of Brexit and its implications for future market access.


SOME 8,000 kilometres from London's busy shopping districts, the economic ripple effects of Brexit are being felt in one of the world's poorest nations.

In Bangladesh, garment makers typically charge in US dollars. For UK retailers, that means import costs are rising in line

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