The trade costs of a ‘no deal’ scenario

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Briefing
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CBI
Publisher
CBI
Date of publication
11 September 2017
Subject(s)
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
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Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This briefing sets out evidence on the scale of barriers to trade in different sectors, to highlight the potential costs of leaving the EU with no deal in place, but also of securing a more limited trade deal over the long-run.

The starting point is a discussion of the UK’s relative strengths in European trade, to highlight what’s at stake and the kind of trade-offs the UK may be facing during negotiations on a free trade agreement.

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