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Why not take a moment to explain a "A bog standard off-the-shelf FTA", given the UK has been an EU (or Customs Union if you prefer) member for nearly 50 years so absent party to such; why such an agreement would "probably modelled on Canada" (CTA) which dragged a five years period to re-negotiate and ratify; also the alternative basis (if not Political Agreement, if not GATT, if not prior bilateral FTA) since EU and UK have already separated WTO schedules.

Remember that notification? Good. You'll be able to explain how the UK schedule might affect trade (by Q, V) on the island.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Fri Nov 15th, 2019 at 06:27:49 PM EST
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