UK Preferential International Trade after 23 June 2016

Date

2018-02-24

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Journal Title

Journal ISSN

ISSN

2047-2854

DOI

Volume Title

Publisher

Academy of Business & Retail Management (ABRM)

Type

Conference

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

Now the situation is changing as the UK has voted to come out of the EU on the 23 June 2016. So how is this going to affect the UK importers? UK Importers are concerned if trade agreements and preference agreements can be renegotiated and how long will it take to for this process to be completed. The impact could be a large rise in cost of manufacture and retail goods which may have to be passed onto the end consumer. Research has been undertaken reviewing interviewing 9 leading UK importers, UK government white papers and the UK House of Lords papers to establish the possibilities the UK are currently considering in relation to how it is going to negotiate its trade policy with the EU in relation to after it leave the EU, in particular Non-EU trade.

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Keywords

Preferential Trade, EU, Lesser Developed Countries, 23 June 2016, UK Importers

Citation

English, R. A. (2018) UK Preferential International Trade after 23 June 2016. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Business and Economic Development, New York, April 2018. Harrow: The Business and Management Review

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Research Institute

Finance and Banking Research Group (FiBRe)