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Special Brexit Update

The UK-EU Trade Deal

The UK-EU trade deal is expected to noticeably reduce the UK’s growth potential, due to the lack of provisions for services, non-tariff barriers for goods and a tighter migration policy. The majority of economic sectors are likely to suffer, with financial services most often cited as the hardest-hit sector.

Download the report to find out the answers to the following questions:

- What is in the deal?

- What will be the economic impact of the deal?

- How will it affect key sectors?

- What does the future of trade look like?

- What does the future hold for the UK as a union?

The brief also includes insights from leading economists from institutes such as the Kiel Institute, Oxford Economics and Scope Ratings.

The UK-EU trade deal is expected to noticeably reduce the UK’s growth potential, due to the lack of provisions for services, non-tariff barriers for goods and a tighter migration policy. The majority of economic sectors are likely to suffer, with financial services most often cited as the hardest-hit sector.

We invite you to download the report where we answer the following questions:

  • What is in the deal?
  • What will be the economic impact of the deal?
  • How will it affect key sectors?
  • What does the future of trade look like?
  • What does the future hold for the UK as a union?

The brief also includes insights from leading economists from institutes such as the Kiel Institute, Oxford Economics and Scope Ratings.

 

Special Brexit Update

The UK-EU trade deal

The UK-EU trade deal is expected to noticeably reduce the UK’s growth potential, due to the lack of provisions for services, non-tariff barriers for goods and a tighter migration policy. The majority of economic sectors are likely to suffer, with financial services most often cited as the hardest-hit sector.

Download the report to find out the answers to the following questions:

  • What is in the deal?
  • What will be the economic impact of the deal?
  • How will it affect key sectors?
  • What does the future of trade look like?
  • What does the future hold for the UK as a union?

The brief also includes insights from leading economists from institutes such as the Kiel Institute, Oxford Economics and Scope Ratings.

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