If Britain exits the EU, it could make trade more difficult in terms of customs and other trade formalities.
The UK is also an important location for German tool and die makers.
It's a thankless task trying to keep up with the daily dose of bizarre comments made by leading Brexiteers. DW's Rob Mudge has made a valiant effort to wade through some of the madness.
The UK's point man for Brexit is getting nervous, Emmanuel Macron leaves Theresa May empty-handed and the Tories say "no thanks" to Mr. Banks. Meanwhile, Danish influence in Britain may soon be on the decline.
Two years after the UK's Brexit referendum, Germany and the EU are still waiting for precise proposals from London. Divisions in the ruling Conservative party have impeded presentation of a coherent plan.
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