Andrés Delgado Casteleiro, Taking Back Control Over Trade Policy: Art 50 TEU and the Repatriation of Trade Powers

Andrés Delgado Casteleiro, Taking Back Control Over Trade Policy: Art 50 TEU and the Repatriation of Trade Powers, DELI Blog, 06.07.2016

 

Regardless of the model for the future relationship between the UK and the EU following the BREXIT referendum, it seems clear that at the end of the withdrawal process the UK will have gained the power to design and implement its own international trade policy. Any of models for the future relationship between the EU and the UK, be it Switzerland, Norway, Albania or Canada, have a common feature: the agreements governing the relationship between those countries and the EU do not involve the transfer of any competence on the field of trade. Whereas now it was the EU concluding international trade agreements, negotiating within the WTO and applying its trade defence instruments, at the end of the withdrawal process all of these will be done by the UK.

‘Brexit: Democracy, Markets and the Regions’, DELI/LGJD Joint Insta-Symposium

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