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Brad Wall says 'Brexit' decision will have minimal impact on Sask.
Flags fly outside Europe House, the European Parliament's British offices, in central London, with European flag, right, and Britain's Union flag, Tuesday June 21, 2016. (Lauren Hurley / PA via AP)
The Canadian Press
Published Friday, June 24, 2016 11:45AM CST
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union will have little effect on the province's exports.
Wall says the province is well-positioned to stay strong through the near-term Brexit volatility.
The premier says Saskatchewan's top export markets are the U.S. and Asian-Pacific markets like China, India, Japan, Indonesia and Bangladesh.
Wall says the E.U. accounted for slightly less than four per cent of Saskatchewan's exports in 2015 and the U.K. made up just 0.3 per cent.