As the UK and EU prepare to start trade talks, this edition explains what businesses need to know

In this latest report, we cover:

  • How are trade deals negotiated? A masterclass from two of the world’s highest-profile trade negotiators
  • What are the component parts of a trade agreement? Find out what needs to be negotiated, and the areas that matter most to businesses
  • Implications for value chains – Understand what firms with customers or suppliers in Europe need to be doing, one year away from the March 2019 deadline
  • Political insight – Review the changing political context in Westminster and Europe, and what this means for the next phase of negotiations
  • Economic update – Our Chief Economic Advisor gives Lloyds Bank’s latest UK GDP forecast for the next three years

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The Future of the UK and Europe: Eighth edition

The Future of the UK and Europe: Eighth edition

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