The UK will have to pay more than £200 billion for Brexit. As the Business Insider reports, the economic growth will slow down in the country as a result.
As reported, the amount almost equals to the 47-year installment to the EU budget paid by the UK.
The country has paid £215 billion for the EU membership since 1973.
According to Bloomberg Economics, the UK has lost £130 billion. Analysts say the loss will increase by 70 billion by the end of 2020.
Currently, the economic growth of the UK is less with 3% than it was before the Brexit referendum (2016).
The UK significantly lags behind the other countries of G7.
The United Kingdom is to leave the EU on January 31, 2020.