Brexit Britain: the trade challenge

November 17, 2016


Here, you can find Prospect's new report Brexit Britain: the trade challenge. A publication which examines the issues that Britain will face across a wide range of areas from the future of our international trade in services, to the needs of manufacturers managing extended international supply chains, the options for Britain’s farmers and food producers, and the opportunities to increase trade with countries and regions beyond Europe. The report contains 16 articles—all of which can be found below.

Staying open for business post-Brexit

Britain succeeds when it is open to the world

Europe is growing in importance as a UK trade partner

Whitehall's institutional memory gap

What does "made in Britain" mean?

The service economy

London: the European city

Brexit—we know more than we think

British trade: the numbers

Putting the "port" into "export"

The art of Brexit negotiations

Britain's new deals

Trading with the wider world

Whitehall prepares for battle

SMEs and global trade

A new agricultural policy

If you want to know how different industry sectors are likely to be affected by the coming change and the answer to that all-important question: how do we ensure Britain remains open for business? You can receive the full Brexit Britain: the trade challenge report as a fully designed PDF document. To do so, simply enter your email below. You’ll receive your copy completely free—within minutes.

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