Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called on the British and German leaders to work together to restore confidence in global financial markets after Britain's shock decision in a referendum last week to leave the European Union.
As reported by the Reuters news agency, the vote prompted a sharp selloff of global stocks and the British pound and sent the Japanese yen, viewed as a safe haven, soaring. The stronger yen will hamper Abe's efforts to revive Japan's economy.
In a statement on ...
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