The Resource The trade and customs law consequences of Brexit

The trade and customs law consequences of Brexit

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The trade and customs law consequences of Brexit
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The trade and customs law consequences of Brexit
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eng
Summary
This article highlights some of the main trade and customs consequences of Brexit. First, it explains the procedure for the withdrawal of the UK from the EU (i.e. Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union - hereinafter, TEU). Second, it focuses on the trade relationship that the UK will need to negotiate with the EU (i.e. at least six possible scenarios with varying degrees of commercial and regulatory harmonization). Third, the article provides an analysis of the likely need for the UK to renegotiate its World Trade Organization (WTO) commitments, as it leaves the EU. Fourth, the article highlights that the UK will need to embark on the negotiation of a new wave of bilateral trade deals or request third party status to the EU's free trade agreements. Fifth, the article looks at the possible new trade defence system that the UK will require and the new customs system that it will need to adopt. Finally, it provides a set of general conclusions on the commercial risks and opportunities for traders due to Brexit
Citation source
In: Global trade and customs journal. - Alphen aan den Rijn. - Vol. 12 (2017), no. 3 ; p. 117-124
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  • Dolle, T
  • Leys, D
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Europe
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English
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  • Brexit
  • WTO
  • tariff
  • free trade agreement
  • customs law
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The trade and customs law consequences of Brexit
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The trade and customs law consequences of Brexit
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