A 'Vote Remain' sign urging people to avoid a Brexit in the upcoming EU referendum is seen on the roadside near Charing south east of London on June 16, 2016. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL
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More than 1,200 business titans united Wednesday to warn against Britain breaking with the EU, as rivals battled for the last votes on the eve of a tightly fought referendum that will shape Europe's future.The world's fifth-largest economy will suffer a powerful blow to growth and jobs if Britain becomes the first state to defect from the EU in the bloc's 60-year history, corporate chiefs warned.If Britain votes to go its own way, however, influential financier George Soros has warned of a Black Friday plunge in sterling.A British withdrawal would trigger a lengthy exit negotiation, leading to the loss of unfettered access to its partners in the 28-nation market and forcing the country to strike its own trade accords across the world.Pat Hand, a 50-year-old construction worker, said he would be casting a vote to leave the EU.Prime Minister David Cameron, whose job is under threat in case of an EU exit, said leaving the EU would create a huge economic problem without resolving immigration challenges.In an interview with the Financial Times, he predicted a "Remain dividend" for the economy if Britain stays, with businesses choosing to invest and create jobs after the vote.
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