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BHP CEO Mackenzie says Brexit would lead to lost decade of damaging uncertainty

LONDON (Reuters) - BHP Billiton Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie said on Monday that businesses could face a decade of damaging uncertainty if Britain voted to leave the European Union in a June 23 referendum. Mackenzie, boss of the world's biggest mining company, said a vote for Brexit would inflict a serious blow on the EU and that Britain would lose economic, political and diplomatic clout by leaving the club it joined in 1973.
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