(Bloomberg) -- A Brexit deal that keeps trade as open as possible would be best for companies operating in the U.K., Bank of England policy maker Silvana Tenreyro said in an interview with Northeast Press newspaper.
Companies such as Nissan Motor Co. would benefit from a arrangement with the European Union similar to Norway’s, she was cited as saying while visiting Sunderland, U.K. The central bank assumes that the government and the EU will reach some kind of deal, she said.
Stronger global demand is a reason for optimism about the economy, she was also quoted as saying in the paper.
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