Gibraltar is attracting a new wave of visitors keen to take advantage of the sinking pound – expatriates and locals from Spain.
The protectorate’s streets are even changing to reflect the popularity of British goods and services, reports the Guardian.
Ray Emerson, an expatriate living in Sotogrande, told the paper: "We used to do our weekly shop at a Spanish supermarket but now we come here".
The chief minister, Peter Caruna, says if it were a sovereign state Gibraltar would be ranked 13th in the world, based on its gross domestic product.
According to the Guardian, the economy of the small British enclave is growing as fast as China’s.
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