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The Netherlands will be hit hard if Britain leaves the EU, a Dutch government thinktank warned Thursday, predicting a possible 1.2-percent fall in GDP by 2030 .Britain, though, would be affected even more, it said, adding that London could take "years" to reforge its trade ties with the European Union if it pulled out of the 28-nation bloc.According to different scenarios, the drop in gross domestic product could add up to a loss of between 450 euros to 1,000 euros per person.The repercussions could be mitigated if the EU were to enter into a separate trade agreement with Britain, but it would take time to negotiate.
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