Brexit: A positive impact on UK Businesses
With the negative possibilities of Brexit so frequently highlighted, it's good to take a look at the Positive impact of Brexit on UK Businesses regularly too.
1. Greater long term economic growth rate.
The EU and principally the Eurozone has a dismal growth record, especially since 2008. The ECB repeatedly warns that in addition to fiscal measures urgent structural reforms are needed, and the Euro Parliament repeatedly ignores this structural message. Germany is the only country with a decent record and even there the UK has outstripped them. The rest of the world has moved on from the 2008 fiscal "Great Recession", but not Europe. Greece, Italy, France, Portugal… are facing a dismal future.
2. Less corruption.
Brits might find this hard to believe but the UK is a relatively corruption-free country. Southern and Eastern Europe is corrupt, and the EU administration (naturally) suffers from this. The admission of Greece, with its totally cooked books, was a joke and we are all going to be paying for this for decades. S. Italy is still in the hock of the Mafia. Tax evasion is rife; backhanders;
3. Lower Real Estate prices.
The economic damage and the implied decimation of the number of consumers, will reduce DEMAND for housing (less consumers = less demand = lower prices).
The economic damage will cause the £ to be further devalued. This will make imports much more expensive but will make exports from the UK much more competitive in the world.
5. Govt Accountability
If the UK leaves the EU, it will be a lot more difficult for people to simply offload complaints onto the EU. The electorate will be forced to hold UK politicians accountable.